Orange County Alerts
- COVID-19 Vaccine Registration & Vaccine Screening Consent Form (Ages 12 and up)
- Vaccination Replacement Card
- Business/Organization Mobile Vaccination Request Form
- Governor Ron DeSantis Announces Four COVID-19 Federally Supported Vaccination Sites
- Orange County Government Vaccine Information
ORLANDO, FL – Update: Starting on Thursday, May 13, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, in partnership with Orange County, will offer COVID19 Vaccinations for ages 12 and up at the county’s four Recreation Centers (Magic Gyms) and at the county’s Barnett Park. Walk-ups welcome, no appointments required.
This offering of the vaccine to the 12 through 15-year-old age group was made possible due to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent granting of emergency use authorization for Pfizer vaccines for ages 12-15.
A parent or legal guardian with identification must accompany any minor receiving a vaccine. In addition, a completed consent form is required.
Instructional guide on registering (2.70MB)
About the Florida Department of Health
The department, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, and community efforts.
We are no longer processing CDC card replacements via an online system and you do not have to be an Orange County resident. But you MUST make an appointment.
If the individual received their COVID Vaccination from the Veterans Administration (VA), they must get their replacement card from the VA.
As we move through the process to achieve “herd immunity” in Orange County, partnering with businesses and organizations to get individuals vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus is important.
Please complete and submit the following form. We further ask that you provide the best and most accurate information. Our team will process and review your information.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced the establishment of four COVID-19 vaccination sites in partnership with the federal government in Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville. These sites will open on March 3 and will operate 7 days per week, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Each site will administer 2,000 vaccines per day. Additionally, each site will have two smaller, mobile satellite sites that will conduct 500 vaccinations per day in underserved areas. Through this hub and spoke model each group of one primary site and two satellite sites will offer 3,000 vaccinations per day.
The federally supported sites are listed below:
Tampa Greyhound Track
755 E. Waters Ave.
Tampa, FL 33604
Valencia College – West Campus
1800 S. Kirkman Road
Orlando, FL 32811
5200 Norwood Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32208
Miami Dade Community College (North Campus)
11380 NW 27th Ave.
Miami, FL 33167
These sites are opening through a partnership between the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), U.S. Department of Defense, the Florida Department of Health, Florida Division of Emergency Management and Florida National Guard.
The state will utilize the current preregistration system and work with local community organizations to proactively schedule appointments. To preregister with the statewide system, individuals can either call the designated phone number for their county or visit myvaccine.fl.gov.
Click on the link below to get vaccine information from the Orange County Government.