Lindsey Leake | 13 Aug, 2021
Nearly 367,000 Treasure Coast residents — about 56% of the population — had been at least partially inoculated against COVID-19 through Aug. 12, according to the Florida Department of Health’s latest data.
As unvaccinated patients fill local hospitals in record numbers, health officials urge the remainder of the community to get the vaccine as soon as possible — not only to protect themselves, but also others.
TCPalm will update this list as vaccine clinics open and close, for Treasure Coast residents’ one-stop shot information.
Who can get vaccinated?
All Floridians 18 and older became eligible for a shot April 5, per a March 26 executive order issued by Gov. Ron DeSantis. Those 12-17 are eligible only for the Pfizer vaccine.
Whole Family Health Center
Online registration: https://book.appointment-plus.com/ct8zrrye
Phone registration: 888-976-9342
Second dose: Patients will be prompted to book a second dose during the scheduling of the first appointment.
Whole Family Health Center participating locations:
- 981 37th Place, Vero Beach
- 725 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce