All Florida adults will be able to get coronavirus vaccine starting April 5, says DeSantis

The governor also said 40 year olds can begin getting the vaccine on March 29.

click to enlarge All Florida adults will be able to get coronavirus vaccine starting April 5, says DeSantis

Floridians 40 years old and up can start getting the coronavirus vaccine on March 29, and anyone 18 years old and up on April 5.

Gov. Ron DeSantis made the announcement Thursday morning on Twitter. Here are a few ways to get a coronavirus vaccine in Tampa Bay.

Currently, the vaccine is only available to those 50 years of age and up or anyone who falls into certain categories like K-12 instructors, first responders and those with certain comorbidities.

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