COVID-19 Vaccine, where can you get it in Palm Beach County?

An advisory pane to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) voted to recommend a third COVID-19 vaccine for immunocompromised individuals, and the agency’s director signed off on that recommendation.

Immunocompromised individuals can begin receiving the shots immediately. Mixing of mRNA vaccines is permitted for the third shot if their original vaccine is not available. Patients will not need a prescription or the signoff of a healthcare provider in order to prove they are immunocompromised and receive the additional dose, according to officials

On Wednesday, August 18, 2021, Gov. Ron DeSantis was in Palm Beach County to announce a new site for people who have tested positive for COVID-19, or who may have other risk factors associated with COVID-19 and would like to receive the monoclonal antibody treatments.

We are sharing this information with you in case you or members of your family may be interested in receiving this treatment. If you are, please click on the link below.



Tips for COVID-19 Vaccines:

1-keep calling and checking the site frequently as appointments can become available at any time.
2-Be prepared when calling as they may ask for date of birth etc.
3-Confirm that you receive electronic confirmation before going to the appointment(especially if you made the appointment online).
4-Be prepared for long waits even if you have an appointment.
5-Bring water, a snack, and dress according to the weather as you will be outside. Bring a folding chair for your comfort.

CLICK HERE to read about what to expect after getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (from the CDC)

We will be providing up-to-date COVID-19 vaccine news on this page as well as where you can go and when to receive a vaccine in Palm Beach County.  Stay tuned…

CLICK HERE for COVID testing sites in Palm Beach County

Please explore our website to find out more about our exceptional home care services. We are dedicated to providing the best possible home care to our senior community. We are now accepting COVID-positive patients.