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CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)               

The Florida Department of Health – Flagler (sometimes referred to as the Flagler County Health Department) is the State Agency in charge of both public COVID-19 testing and COVID-19 vaccinations. Flagler County, through its emergency management office, is providing the State with support, such as sharing information through this webpage.


As of April 5, 2021: All Floridians are eligible to receive any COVID-19 vaccine as authorized by the Food and Drug Administration.

  • Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine: Individuals 16 years of age and older, 2 doses
  •  Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine: Individuals 18 years of age and older, 2 doses
  •  Janssen/J&J Vaccine: Individuals 18 years of age and older, 1 dose

The following are COVID-19 vaccination sites in or near Flagler County:

+ Your primary care physician may have vaccine available

  • Please contact them directly

+ Federally-Support Sites [Janssen/J&J Vaccine] (appointment not required) – TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO NEW CLIENTS

+ Pharmacies with Sites in or near Flagler County (appointment required)

+ State of Florida Department of Health – Flagler [Moderna Vaccine] (appointment required)

  • Online Appointments (highly recommended):
  • Phone Appointments (only if you do not have email/internet access): 866-201-1541 (TTY: 833-476-1450)
Flagler County Fairgrounds at 150 Sawgrass Road, Bunnell FL 32110

  • Appointments for Monday, April 19th and Tuesday, April 20th cancelled due to weather conditions. If you had an appointment, please call 386-437-7350 (press 0 to get a call taker) to reschedule
St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Parish Hall at 4600 Belle Terre Pkwy, Palm Coast FL 32164

+ Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine Event (appointment required)

           Flagler Health, Palm Coast and Flagler County have partnered to bring the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to a one-day event.

Date/Times: Friday, April 23rd with appointments between 9am and 5 pm for residents 16+ years old
 + To receive your 2nd dose; you must be able to return on Friday, May 14th, at the same time as your chosen April 23rd appointment.

Register for an appointment online at:
+ All attendees must print out the following document, complete SECTION 1 only prior to their appointment, and bring the form to their appointment: Pfizer Vaccine Consent Form

Location: Flagler County Emergency Services Building (1769 E Moody Blvd, Bldg 3), directions will be provided upon registration.
 + Due to limited parking: Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment time.


Q: How can I stay informed as to vaccine availability?
A: In addition to this website, residents may sign-up for text message alerts on vaccine availability and COVID-19 testing opportunities by texting the single word FLAGLERCOVID to the phone number 888-777. Also, we encourage you to follow FlaglerEOC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Q: I am homebound, how can I get the vaccine?
A: We are creating a list of homebound residents who are interested in receiving the vaccine. Once we have adequate supplies of the vaccines we will attempt to schedule a home visit. You may not hear back from us for months, it all depends on the availability of vaccines. To be added to the list please call 386-313-4200, Mon-Fri 9am - 4pm

Q: How do I schedule a second dose (vaccine) appointment?
A: The CDC has shared that the second dose may be scheduled for administration up to 42 days after the first dose. You should schedule your second vaccine dose at the same location where you received your first dose. If you received a COVID-19 vaccine at the Flagler County Fairground site the Florida Department of Health - Flagler provided you with an appointment when you received your 1st dose. Any questions regarding second doses may be directed to the FL Department of Health – Flagler at 386-437-7350.

What to bring and expect for your appointment at a Dept of Health Vaccination Site

  • Vaccinations will be provided at no cost to the patient
  • Anyone without an appointment will be turned away
  • Anyone without proof of Florida Residency will be turned away
    • If your Gov’t issued ID does not show a current FL address, the you must also present add’l proof of FL residency, such as a lease, mortgage, or utility bill.
  •  Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your appointment

Upon Arrival:

  • Follow the signs and personnel directing you to the vaccination area.
  • Your appointment will be verified
    • You will be asked to show your government-issued ID
    • You will be asked to show proof of Florida residency
  • You will be provided with a vaccination fact sheet and asked to complete a Vaccine Consent Form.
  • You will then receive your vaccine (if you are at the Fairgrounds site, you will remain in your car the entire time)
  • You will be given an appointment for your 2nd dose, if applicable.
  • Following the administration of the vaccine, you will wait for at least 15 minutes to ensure that you are not having an unexpected reaction to the vaccine.
  • After the waiting period, you will be cleared by medical personnel and allowed to leave.

Where can I find information about the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Where can I find information about the COVID-19 Testing?