Miami-Dade County

Two Miami-Dade FEMA Vaccination Sites to Relocate While Homestead Opens New Site

At this time, the Florida Department of Health has not announced if the locations will be relocated back to their original sites

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For a limited time, two “hub” vaccination sites in Miami-Dade County will be relocated.

Both satellite locations will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Wednesday, March 10th. They are located at:

  • Ronselli Park Youth Center at 250 SW 114th Ave. in Sweetwater.
  • Florida City Youth Activity Center at 650 NW 5th Ave. in Florida City.

However, from Thursday, March 11th to Wednesday, March 17th, the two sites will close and relocate to the following locations:

  • Allen Park Community Center at 1770 Northeast 162nd Street in North Miami Beach
  • Miami Springs Community Center at 1401 Westward Drive in Miami Springs.

At this time, the Florida Department of Health has not announced if the locations will be relocated back to their original sites.

If you would like to visit the primary hub it is at Miami Dade College North Campus, at 11380 NW 27th Ave. and it will remain open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The city of Homestead has announced it is opening a new site for vaccinations starting Tuesday at the Homestead Sports Complex (1601 Southeast 28th Avenue). For a list of eligibility requirements and to make an appointment, click here.

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