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DOH-Alachua along with the University of Florida and UF Health are working together to support the residents of Alachua County in the registration and scheduling process for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Anyone, regardless of age, can register to our waitlist for a COVID-19 vaccine. As new executive orders are signed, invitations for appointments are updated. Currently, we are sending appointment invitations via text messaging and email, to those eligible following the latest Executive Order, which can be found at www.flgov.com, and who have included this information on their registration. The message will include a link which will help automate the process and focus our phone efforts for those who do not have texting or email ability. If you receive a phone call from 352-334-7900, this is our COVID-19 response team attempting to offer an appointment. If we are unable to reach you by phone, the link provided in the messaging has expired, and/or appointments slots are no longer available, there is no need to worry, a new one will be sent for the next event.
If you have not received a text message or email this could mean your information has not been updated. We urge you to use the link below and update your information. If you are unable to receive emails or text messages, please note we are calling those individuals and it will take some time to be reached by phone. Only those listed under the latest executive order are the ones being contacted.
If you are deemed extremely vulnerable to COVID-19, be aware that a signed DOH Form will be required prior to scheduling an appointment, doctor’s notes will not be accepted. The form can be found under COVID-19 Forms.
Physicians please note the approved DOH form is now available. Only MD's are eligible to sign the form.
**To schedule an appointment to get tested or for FAQ's about COVID-19 call 352-334-8810; 8am - Midnight 7 days a week. **To find out your test results for COVID-19, please wait 72 hours after your test date and call 352-334-8828 or download the healthytogether application on your smartphone; Operators are available Monday - Friday 8am-4:30pm. **For Code Enforcement issues regarding masks call 311.COVID-19 Information and Registration Form
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