BREAKING NEWS: The Department of Health in Sarasota County Just announced. They Are transitioning to a Walk-up Clinic for Vaccines, No Longer Requiring Appointments, Starting, Friday, April 9th.
This morning (4/7/21), Sarasota County Department of Health Officer Chuck Henry provided an update to the Sarasota County Board of County Commissioner sharing that beginning 5 p.m., Monday, April 12, the registration system will no longer accept new accounts to prepare for DOH-Sarasota’s transition to the next phase of administering vaccine to the community.
Current registrants will still be able to view their account, and the system will continue to schedule appointment notifications through the existing list of registrants.
The Sarasota County Department of Health will start the next phase of vaccine administration by offering a walk-up, no-appointment needed, first-dose clinics 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sarasota Square Mall on Friday and Saturday, April 9th and 10th.
Individuals arriving to these clinics with scheduled appointments will not have to wait in the walk-up line.
Individuals receiving their first dose during the DOH-Sarasota walk-up clinics at Sarasota Square Mall will be provided a second-dose appointment date and will not receive a second-dose notification.
These individuals should pay close attention to the information packet received at the vaccination clinic and continue to monitor the DOH-Sarasota and county websites, and county social media as they will not receive a reminder notice.
For more information visit here: http://sarasota.floridahealth.gov/