MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade’s two FEMA-funded, state-run satellite COVID-19 vaccination sites will be on the move this week.
The two sites are currently at the Miami Springs Community Center, at 1401 Westward Drive in Miami Springs, and the Allen Park Community Center, at 1770 Northeast 162 Street, in North Miami Beach.READ MORE: Retired Police Major Explains How Miami-Dade Officers Are Trained Not To Mix Up Handgun & Taser
The pop-up sites are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and no appointments are needed.
Vaccinations are given to people 60 and older, K-12 teachers and school employees, firefighters and police officers 50 years and older, and people with medical conditions who bring a doctor’s note or signed form from the Florida Department of Health.READ MORE: With J&J's Single-Shot Paused, Medical Expert Says People Shouldn’t ‘Try To Skimp At This Stage’ When It Comes To 2nd Dose Of Pfizer Or Moderna
The last day of operation for these sites will be Wednesday, March 17th.
On Thursday, the new site locations will be at Charles Hadley Park, at 1350 NW 50th Street in Miami, and at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, 10950 SW 211 Street in Cutler Bay.
These sites will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through March 23rd.MORE NEWS: 'Bed Tax' Change Backed In Florida House
A third FEMA-funded, state-run vaccination site is at Miami Dade College North Campus. No appointment is necessary and this site is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.