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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 and up at Broward County Vaccination Sites​.

Vaccine Eligibility
- ​​All Floridians are now eligible to receive any COVID-19 vaccine as prescribed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is age 18+ for ​Moderna and Johnson & Johnson and age 5 and older​ for Pfizer. No appointment is required at any vaccination site run by Florida Department of Health in Broward.​

Booster Shots - The CDC recommends Pfizer booster shots for the following individuals who have completed the Pfizer two-shot vaccine series at least six months prior: 1) people 65 years and older and residents in long-term care settings; 2) people age 50-64 with underlying medical conditions; 3) people aged 18–49 with underlying medical conditions, based on their individual benefits and risks; and 4) people aged 18-64 years who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting, based on their individual benefits and risks. Booster shots are available for free at vaccination sites​ operated by Florida Department of Health in Broward. Boosters are also available from many retail pharmacies, private physician offices and other providers. Those who wish to receive the booster will need to complete and sign a consent form, which includes self-screening questions.

Monoclonal Antibody Treatments - The State of Florida is providing Regeneron monoclonal antibodies to people who've contracted COVID-19. The treatment, administered by CDR Maguire, is available at C.B. Smith Park, 900 N. Flamingo Rd., Pembroke Pines, 33028, Monday - Sunday, 9AM to 5PM, by appointment only. People 12 years and older and at high risk for severe illness may receive the injections. Make Appointment

Protective Measures - ​Both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents are encouraged to follow guidelines for ​protective measures issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC).

For the latest updates, visit, email or call the​ Florida Department of Health at 866-779-6121 or 954-412-7300 in Broward.​