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Mobile COVID-19 vaccine teams available to Palm Beach County businesses

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach County businesses can now request a mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic team to set up at their location and give free shots to staff and clients.
The mobile clinics named “Hero,” “Warrior,” and “Scout” are scheduled to offer COVID-19 vaccinations at locations throughout the county over the summer.

The mobile clinics offer Pfizer vaccines to adults and children as young as 12 years of age with parental consent as well as Johnson & Johnson vaccines to individuals 18 years and older.

Local businesses and organizations that are interested in hosting the free, walk-up mobile vaccinations at their sites can visit the Health Care District of Palm Beach County website, click the purple “Mobile Clinic Vaccination & Community Event Request” button and submit the completed form for review and approval.

“The Health Care District’s strategy has shifted from mass vaccination sites to taking our clinical vaccination teams on the road so getting immunized against COVID-19 is easy and convenient for all eligible individuals,” said Darcy J. Davis, CEO of the Health Care District of Palm Beach County. “We encourage local businesses to help us achieve community immunity.”

For mobile clinic schedules and locations, click here.