One and Done — The Way to Have the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine in Miami
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Ready with this particular outbreak to be over? The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 shot is pretty much the quickest route to your post-vax life. Because the vaccine takes only 1 dose, you can get your shot and be considered fully vaccinated fourteen days later. While the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are somewhat more capable of preventing symptomatic cases of COVID, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is still a fantastic alternative, especially for the needle-phobic or anyone who may not have the ability to take two days off of work to get jabbed. If you are a Florida resident 18 or older, you are eligible for some (free!) Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Here is where to locate it.Starting now, Florida’s four federal vaccination sites in Miami, Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville will administer the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. In Miami, the federal website is at Miami Dade College’s North Campus, 11380 NW 27th Ave. The website is open every day from seven a.m. to seven p.m., and no appointment is necessary. As of this moment, the website plans to have around 3,000 doses accessible per day.Publix opens appointments to your Johnson & Johnson vaccine each Wednesday at 7 a.m. These appointments will be scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays, perfect for those working during the week and are unable to take off time. Appointments can only be made online, and therefore don’t waste your time calling your local Publix pharmacy.On Sunday, April 18, the City of North Miami will disperse 600 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine by appointment only. To make an appointment, call 305-895-9818 by Thursday, April 15, in 5 p.m.. Miami Beach has been dispersing the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in one-day pop-up sites throughout town. Commissioner David Richardson sometimes announces the sites on his Twitter and Facebook accounts.Today, Tuesday, April 6, the town has a J&J pop-up in 7501 Collins Ave. The Florida Division of Emergency Management occasionally declares pop-up sites for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. To catch those statements, check its Twitter account and website for updates.
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