Mayo Clinic in Florida COVID-19 vaccination plan

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Frequently asked questions

Mayo Clinic is committed to providing the best and safest care to all our patients as soon as possible.

Mayo Clinic in Florida has been working with county and state agencies to support the fair and safe distribution of COVID-19 vaccine for Mayo Clinic patients.

All adult Florida residents are now eligible for a vaccine as prescribed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Online scheduling

Patients who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, per state of Florida guidelines, can now schedule their vaccine appointments online using Patient Online Services or the Mayo Clinic app.

If you meet the guidelines listed below, you will see an option for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment on the new appointment page within Patient Online Services.

Vaccine supply continues to be limited. If you don’t see any open appointments, please continue to check back. We continue to offer only the number of appointments that supply will allow.

Guidelines for online scheduling

  • You are 18 or older and a Florida resident.
  • You have not previously received a COVID-19 vaccination at Mayo Clinic.
  • You have not received another vaccination of any type within the two weeks prior to or following the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccinations are administered on the first floor of the Cannaday Building. Please arrive promptly at your scheduled appointment time. Please do not arrive early. If you arrive late, your appointment may have to be rescheduled.

We encourage Mayo Clinic patients in Florida to obtain a vaccination at their earliest opportunity. The state of Florida continues to distribute vaccines through designated pharmacies and government-sponsored vaccine sites. We recommend patients not wait for a vaccine from a particular manufacturer.

The state has an online Florida vaccine locator, which can be used to find active vaccination sites.

Any questions about vaccines or their side effects should be directed first to the place you receive the vaccine.

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