COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The CDC, Florida Department of Health, and Governor Ron DeSantis decided to move forward with a phased approach to distributing the COVID-19 vaccine.  Currently, Florida is in Phase I. The residents who may get vaccinated during Phase I are Long-Term Care Facility residents and staff, health care personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65 years of age and older.

Vaccine Key Points

  • For those with appointments, Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations will begin distribution on Monday, Jan. 4 for individuals 65 and older, and healthcare workers with direct patient contact and who aren't affiliated with a hospital system
    • As additional vaccine doses are received, more appointments will be made available
    • Everyone's patience is appreciated
  • Individuals receiving a vaccine are required to bring:
    • COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form
    • Form of ID (driver's license, passport, healthcare badge, etc.)
    • Vaccine appointment ticket (only applicable to those who made their appointments via the on-line registration)
  • Initially there will be limited vaccine availability, resulting in the need for a phased approach by priority groups
  • Dose quantity/accessibility will determine appointment availability. New appointments will be released as additional vaccines are confirmed.
  • It will take some time before the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available for mass dispensing, please be patient

Authorized Vaccines


Pfizer requires 2 doses that are 21 days apart


Moderna requires 2 doses that are 28 days apart

Vaccine Resources

2 1 1 Brevard County


For information about the COVID-19 in Brevard and resources available to people who are impacted, call 2-1-1 between 8am and 6pm.

Or text your ZIP code to 898211 between 9am and midnight.