All Broward County Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine sites are no longer requiring appointments, officials said Thursday.
The appointment requirement has been dropped until further notice, and anyone who already has an appointment can either keep it or go to any of the Broward sites at any time during operating hours, the department of health said.
The department of health is administering the Pfizer vaccine at a number of locations throughout the county, at drive-through and walk-up sites.
No appointment necessary could mean busier vaccine sites, like at TY Park in Hollywood.
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It’s one of 10 sites run by the state health department, with all of them strategically located throughout the county to reach as many people as possible.
“I can see my family now, I can see my mother-in-law, my grandkids....maybe think about traveling,” said Barbara Collins, who received her second vaccine at TY Park on Thursday.
In Miami-Dade, there is also an effort to push people to get their shots.
County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava lined up with leaders in the faith community at Zoo Miami and urged people to not resist the vaccine.
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