As a limited supply of the coronavirus vaccine has become available across Florida, residents are understandably eager to know when they can line up for a dose.
One of South Florida’s largest hospitals will open its doors to vaccine-seeking patients who are much younger than state requirements – provided they meet certain requirements.
Here’s what we know today about the coronavirus outbreak in Florida and the efforts to stop it.
Broward Health to offer vaccines to high-risk people aged 18 and over
Broward Health announced on Friday that it has opened appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine for those at risk aged 18 and older.
As of Friday afternoon, all appointments were filled, according to a spokesperson for Broward Health. It is not known exactly when the health system will open another round of appointments, but it will be the most …
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