COVID-19 Vaccine Guide: How to Get Vaccinated in Miami-Dade & Broward Counties

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Several sites across South Florida are now offering the COVID-19 vaccine to eligible individuals.

With more than 10 million people across Florida receiving injections, state-supported vaccination sites are going to stop offering doses by June 18th in Broward County, according to the state's department of health.

In Miami-Dade, state-supported vaccination sites will stop administering the vaccine on June 25th. Click here for more information.

Pop-up sites and other locations will still offer the vaccine after others have closed. Please check back regularly for updates.

Here’s everything you need to know about getting vaccinated in Miami-Dade and Broward County, as well as vaccination options across the state.

What do I need to get vaccinated?

It is required to show proof of Florida residency to receive your first dose of the vaccine. This can be a copy of a valid Florida driver's license, or a copy of a valid Florida identification card. Seasonal residents are also eligible to receive vaccinations. Click here for more information.

Officials recommend checking social media pages for the latest information regarding open appointments. Miami-Dade County, for example, regularly posts on Twitter when windows open for vaccinations. (Click here for Miami-Dade County's Twitter, click here for Broward County's Twitter.)

What vaccines are available in Florida?

The state of Florida is currently administering the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, as well as the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

In clinical trials, Moderna's vaccine reported 94.1% effectiveness at preventing COVID-19 in people who received both doses. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was said to be 95% effective.

The CDC reports the J&J/Janssen vaccine was 66.3% effective in clinical trials at preventing COVID-19 illness in people who had no evidence of prior infection two weeks after receiving the vaccine.

Florida briefly paused use of the J&J vaccine after reports of blood clots in some individuals across the country. The pause was lifted on April 26th after a new safety review was conducted by the Federal Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.

Who has priority on vaccination appointments?

During the initial rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, elderly residents and those with underlying health conditions were prioritized for vaccinations. As more supply of the vaccine became available, that pool expanded to include other age groups, and individuals over the age of 18 are now eligible to receive the vaccine in the state of Florida.

The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for individuals ages 12-17. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and complete a vaccine screening and consent form.

Can I pre-register for a vaccination appointment?

Yes. State health officials have launched a new system where eligible residents can pre-register for a vaccination appointment and be notified when appointments in their area become available.

After entering your county of residence and contact information, you will be contacted by phone, text, or e-mail when appointments become available, according to the Florida Department of Health.

Visit to sign up. Additionally, each county has a designated phone number that individuals can call and pre-register if they do not have Internet access. The complete list of numbers by county can be found here.

Click here for more information.

How do I get vaccinated in Miami-Dade County?

To make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine in Miami-Dade County, click here to visit the county’s vaccine page, which also includes information about who is eligible and where to find vaccinations.

The registration website is also available in Spanish at and Haitian Creole at

See the list below for information about where you can get vaccinated.


Address: Click here for a list of locations in Miami-Dade.


Address: Click here for a full list of locations.


How do I make an appointment? Click here to schedule an appointment.


Address: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125

How do I make an appointment? Call 1-888-499-0840 to make an appointment. The number for those who are visually impaired is 1-888-256-8918. The line will normally be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.


Address:  7900 SW 40th St, Miami, FL 33155

How do I make an appointment? Tropical Park is Miami-Dade’s first drive-thru vaccination site. Appointments can be made through the main online portal here.


Address: 12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177

How do I make an appointment? Appointments can be made through Miami-Dade's main registration website here.


Address: 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens, FL 33056

How do I make an appointment? Call 1-888-499-0840 or TTY #: 1-888-256-8918


How do I make an appointment? Call (305) 674-2312 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. during the week, or between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the weekends. All patients must bring a government-issued ID to the appointment. 


How do I make an appointment? Click here to schedule an appointment.



Where can I get vaccinated? For a full list of locations, click here.

How do I make an appointment? Click here to schedule an appointment.

How do I get vaccinated in Broward County?

In Broward County, residents can start scheduling appointments by visiting, or by clicking here. 

Appointments for Department of Health in Broward vaccination sites can also be made at 866-201-6313. For those requiring TTY access, the phone number is 833-476-1526.

See below for a list of county-run vaccination sites in Broward.

-Florida Department of Health


Address: 3600 W Sample Rd, Coconut Creek, FL 33066

Hours: Sunday-Thursday (Closed Friday, Saturday): 8AM-4PM


Address: 4001 SW 142nd Ave, Davie, FL 33330

Hours: Sunday-Thursday (Closed Friday, Saturday): 8AM-4PM


Address: 16001 W State Road 84, Sunrise, FL 33326

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday (Closed Sunday, Monday): 8AM-4PM


Address: 3299 SW 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale


Address: 3700 NW 11th Place, Lauderhill


Address: 9469 W Atlantic Blvd, Coral Springs, FL 33071

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

Additional info: The vaccination site at Coral Square Mall is a walk-up site, not drive-thru. However, appointments must still be made through As of Tuesday, Jan. 13, officials said said appointments will not be available through the FDOH portal for the Coral Springs site until they are able to work through their current backlog.


Address: 2000 NW 55 Avenue, Lauderhill

Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Additional info: This site is available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY to Lauderhill residents. Vaccination appointments can be scheduled online starting Wednesday, January 27, 2021 after 10:00 AM at

In addition to county-run vaccination sites, new vaccine sites have opened at major pharmacies, supermarket giants, parks, hospitals and clinics. See below for more information and locations.


Address: Click here for a list of locations in Broward.

How do I make an appointment? Appointments must be made online. Click here for the website.


How do I make an appointment? Currently, appointments can be made at Walmart through the store's online scheduler. You may be prompted to create an account if you do not already have one.


How do I make an appointment? Appointments must be made online. Click here to schedule an appointment.


(Broward Health is partnering with Inter Miami and the City of Fort Lauderdale to administer vaccinations at this location.)

Address: 1350 NW 55th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

How do I make an appointment? Patients must pre-register at to be eligible for vaccination. 


Address: 2950 Cleveland Clinic Blvd, Weston, FL 33331

How do I make an appointment? Cleveland Clinic is urging patients to sign up for appointments using MyChart. Create an account by clicking here.

Direct registration for patients 65 and over is also available on the website here, although the option will only be active when vaccine supply is available. 

You can also call Cleveland Clinic Weston at 954-659-5950 to make an appointment. Hours are Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; and Saturday, 8 a.m. - Noon. The phone line is closed on Sunday. 


Address: 3501 Johnson Street, Hollywood, FL 33021

12 pm to 7:30 pm Mondays

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday


Memorial Specialty Pharmacy, 9581 Premier Pkwy, Miramar, FL 33025

9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday 

How do I make an appointment?  Memorial said they would begin allowing appointments to get the Pfizer BioNtech vaccine via the My Chart system or by calling 954-276-4340. You can call from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday to make an appointment. Memorial notes that callers may experience longer than normal wait times due to high volume.


How do I made an appointment? Currently, appointments can be made at Walmart through the store's online scheduler. You may be prompted to create an account if you do not already have one.


The Town of Davie is operating a vaccination site for Florida residents who are 18 years and older or 16-17 years old with an accompanied parent/guardian. Vaccinations take place at the Davie Pine Island Park Multipurpose Center, located at 3801 S. Pine Island Road, Davie, FL 33328. Walk-ins are welcome between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Appointments can also be made at

Vaccinations Across Florida


How do I make an appointment? Click here to make an appointment.


COVID-19 vaccines will be administered at Florida Walmart stores and select Sam's Club stores starting in mid-February, Gov. Ron DeSantis said.

Walmart and Sam's Club stores in Miami-Dade and Broward will be part of the program.

Click here for the list and locations of the stores that will offer the vaccine.

Other helpful numbers: 

  • Call Broward Health's Nurse Connect line at (954) 759-7500 for more information about the the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • The Florida Department of Health has a dedicated 24/7 Call Center available for questions regarding COVID-19. The number to call is 1 (866) 779-6121 or via email at 

I don't meet the current criteria. When can I get a vaccine?

You can use the tool below to get an idea of where you stand when it comes to getting the vaccine.

When Could I Get the Vaccine?

Answer the questions to calculate your risk profile and see where you fall in your county's and state's vaccine lineup. This estimate is based on a combination of vaccine rollout recommendations from the CDC and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

For a more detailed breakdown of who is included in each priority group, see this methodology.
Source: the Vaccine Allocation Planner for COVID-19 by Ariadne Labs and the Surgo Foundation
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