Publix Super Markets
In Bay County, all five Publix Super Market locations are distributing the vaccine to seniors, 65 years and older:
- 2310 S. Highway 77, Lynn Haven
- 650 W. 23rd St., Panama City
- 2419 Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach
- 23026 Panama City Beach Parkway, Panama City Beach
- 11240 Panama City Beach Parkway, Panama City Beach
In Walton county, there are three Publix Super Market locations:
- 16400 U.S. Highway 331 S., Freeport
- 725 Grand Blvd., Sandestin
- 2038 U.S. Highway 98 W., Santa Rosa Beach
You must make an appointment in advance on their website.
Customers with health insurance will need to bring their insurance cards to their scheduled appointment. Customers without health insurance will need to provide their driver’s license or Social Security number.
Publix officials said when you receive the vaccine at Publix, you will be automatically rescheduled for another appointment to get your second dose of the vaccine in 28 days.
Your local health department
These will be by appointment only. The best way to know about appointments is to make sure you’re signed up for AlertBay.
To sign up, send a text message bayhealth to 888777.
When appointments become available, you will receive a text message through AlertBay with an event link. Follow the instructions there to sign up.
The messages will send you to an event link. Follow the instructions there to sign up.
Those who don’t want to receive text messages can visit this link.
DOH-Bay’s hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Florida Department of Health in Jackson County (DOH-Jackson) has implemented a system to assist those individuals wishing to schedule appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. In addition to contacting our office at 850-526-2412 and speaking to ANY staff member, individuals may also register online at https://tinyurl.com/y6hxaj4c.
Individuals who contact our office or who register online will be placed on a list and will be contacted for appointments in the order in which they are received as vaccine supplies become available.
Second Dose Information in Jackson County
Please review the date and location of where the first dose was received to see when and where you should receive the second dose. Individuals are asked to bring the Vaccination Administration Record card they were given when they received their first dose on the day of their scheduled second dose.
Individuals needing their second dose do not need to contact the Health Department for a second dose appointment, but should instead plan to be at the location specified below between the hours specified below to receive their dose,
According to the health department’s website, health officials received 500 doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine for the week of January 19-22.
Once registration opens, you will be able to register online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/walton-county-moderna-covid-19-vaccine-registration-thurs-jan-21-2021-tickets-135874752041.
If you do not have computer access, you can call 850-892-8392.
Appointments are unable to be made until registration has opened. There is no wait list.
At this time, COVID-19 vaccinations are being offered to residents age 65 and older. For the week of January 18, 2021, you can call (850) 638-6240 or you can use the link below to register for an appointment.
Drive-thru will be by appointment only the week of January 18th. This survey is to register for Covid19 vaccine, first dose only. Second dose appointments are given when first dose is received.
At this time, COVID-19 vaccinations are being offered to residents age 65 and older.
For the week of January 18, 2021, you will call (850) 547-8500 or you can use the link below to register for an appointment. Drive-thru will be by appointment only the week of January 18th. This survey is to register for Covid-19 vaccine, first dose only. Second dose appointments are given when first dose is received.
Calhoun County has a waitlist. Call (850) 674-5645 and hit 1 and speak to a representative.
Liberty County has a waiting list. Call (850) 643-2415 and hit 1 and speak to a representative.
Gulf and Franklin County has a waiting list.
Call (850) 227-1276 or
If you are age 65 and older and would like to get the COVID-19 vaccination, please pre-register using the link below:
Okaloosa officials said residents should monitor their website for updates on when vaccines are available. http://okaloosa.floridahealth.gov