COVID-19 Vaccine Information & Pinellas County Sites

Pfizer approved for age 12 and up

  • Minors as young as 12 are now eligible for the two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine per the FDA.
  • A signed Vaccine Consent Form is required before the vaccine is given.
  • They must be accompanied by a parent or caretaker during their appointment.

Homebound residents can let the Florida Department of Emergency Management (FDEM) know they are in need by emailing FDEM will send them a survey and then work with DOH strike teams to deliver vaccines. FDEM is working on writing up more information for how this program will work and will provide information to counties when complete.

For more information, please visit:

Important Reminder: Stay safe until your vaccine reaches full effectiveness:

  • Pfizer and Moderna vaccines take up to 2 weeks after the 2nd dose for full effectiveness; 1-dose Johnson & Johnson can take up to 28 days.
  • All three vaccines are highly effective at preventing life-threatening illness, but they do not offer 100% protection from catching or spreading COVID-19; no vaccine gives 100% protection.
  • While the virus continues to spread, mask-wearing and social distancing remain critically important.

Pinellas COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Florida Dept. of Health in Pinellas County Centers
CDR Maguire Patient Portal
Second dose only
First dose appointments have concluded. To check on a second dose appointment, visit or call 844-770-8548.
Publix Pharmacies
Walmart & Sam’s Club Pharmacies
CVS or call (800) 746-7287
Veterans Veterans of all ages and health conditions who receive care from Bay Pines VA Healthcare System can get a COVID-19 vaccination Monday-Friday. Call 727-395-2400.
Spouses and caretakers are also eligible for vaccines through the VA.
Federal Vaccine Site (Tampa Dog Track)
(755 E. Waters Ave., Tampa)
Walk-up site – no appointment necessary. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. For more information, visit the FL Vax website. First come first serve
State Vaccine Site
Suncoast YMCA
(950 S. Highland Ave., Clearwater)
Drive-thru only. Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Appointments not required, but expedite the process by pre-registering at:

Administered by Florida Dept. of Emergency Management.

Homebound Veterans Gov. Ron DeSantis has directed the Florida Department of Health and the Florida Division of Emergency Management to coordinate with the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs to identify veterans of World War II and the Korean War who are unable to travel to receive a vaccine.

or call (850) 487-1533, extension 9

Homebound residents Florida Department of Emergency Management (FDEM) will send a survey to homebound residents and then work with Department of Health strike teams to deliver vaccines.

Homebound residents can let FDEM know they are in need by emailing

Community Health Centers of Pinellas, Inc. (CHC) Vaccines for all eligible individuals as supply is available. Sign up for CHC’s waiting list.
Visit for more information.

For more resources to find COVID-19 vaccine in your area, go to