We are unable to provide email notifications regarding vaccine availability at this time, although we are looking at this option for the future. Please continue to check the COVID-19 Vaccine page for updates regarding email notification availability.
Subject to availability. You will have a second dose available at the same Publix pharmacy exactly 28 days following your first appointment. Your appointment day and time will match your first appointment when you received the first dose. For example, if your first appointment was January 12 at 11 a.m., then your second appointment will be on February 9 at 11 a.m. Individuals will also receive a notification about 1 week prior to their second appointment.
There's no need to cancel appointments at this time. Simply do not arrive for your scheduled appointment.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), getting the COVID-19 vaccine is a better way to build protection, and it will help you avoid getting COVID-19. Visit the CDC's website for more information.
According to the CDC, yes, you should still wear a mask, practice social distancing, and wash your hands frequently even if you receive the vaccine.
Yes. The CDC recommends you still receive the vaccine. For more information regarding your health, please talk to your primary care physician.
Some common side effects at the injection site include soreness, redness, or warmth to the touch. Some people report chills, fatigue, headache, or fever after getting the vaccine, especially the second dose. For more details about side effects of the vaccines approved for emergency use, visit the CDC's website.
Upon receiving the vaccine, you will be given information about where to report adverse effects, including the CDC’s new V-safe system. For details about the CDC's V-safe program, visit the CDC's website. You can also complete a Vaccine Adverse Event Report System (VAERS) report online. For details and to make a report, visit the VAERS website.
If you experience a severe allergic reaction, the FDA recommends you call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.
According to the CDC, you cannot get COVID-19 from the mRNA vaccines currently authorized for use in the United States.