Proof of residency no longer required at state-supported, federally-supported vaccine sites

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Beginning Friday, proof of Florida residency is no longer required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at state-supported and federally-supported sites.

Florida Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees issued a Public Health Advisory Thursday rescinding previous advisories and expanding vaccine eligibility to include non-Florida residents who are providing goods and services in the Sunshine State.

Rivkees is also encouraging the resumption of in-person government operations and services.

“Because vaccines are available to all eligible Floridians state-wide, Government offices should be conducting in-person operations and services,” the advisory stated.

You can view the full public advisory below:

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