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Miami-Dade County launches Vaccine Pre-Registration Platform

MIAMI ( February 04, 2021 )

Today, Miami-Dade County launched a new vaccine pre-registration platform for seniors age 65 and older and healthcare workers to sign up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Miami-Dade County vaccination sites.

Seniors 65 and older and healthcare workers can register just one time, either online or by phone, to indicate interest in receiving a vaccine. Miami-Dade County will directly contact eligible individuals to schedule vaccine appointments at Miami-Dade County sites (including Tropical Park, Zoo Miami, and Miami Dade College North Campus), as new vaccines are received.

Demand for vaccines is currently much greater than existing supply, which Miami-Dade County receives from the state and federal government. We ask for your patience as we work to reach out to all those who sign up to schedule vaccine appointments in the weeks ahead as new vaccines are received.

Seniors 65+ and healthcare workers can preregister online at or by phone by calling 305-614-2014.

“We need to distribute COVID-19 vaccines as fast and as fairly as possible to protect all our residents and move our economy forward out of crisis,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “We have clearly heard feedback from our community and are proud to create a new, more equitable distribution platform to reduce anxiety around scheduling appointments and allows seniors 65+ and healthcare workers to register to receive vaccines as they become available.”

More information and updates about where vaccines are currently available across Miami-Dade can be found here:

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