Last updated on August 02, 2021
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 3 City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart Visit COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Site at Rosemont Neighborhood Center
As the COVID-19 virus continues to impact Central Florida, the City of Orlando is working to further expand vaccine opportunities to as many residents as possible. In partnership with Orange County and the Department of Health - Orange County, the City of Orlando is bringing mobile vaccine sites to residents in their neighborhoods over the next few weeks through the #IGotMyShot Trailer. Eight City of Orlando neighborhood centers will host one-day vaccine sites, offering both the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. One-day vaccine sites will also be held at Orlando Police Department headquarters, City Hall and the Orlando Farmers Market at Lake Eola Park.
On Tuesday, August 3, 2021, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 3 City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart will visit the mobile vaccine site at the Rosemont Neighborhood Center. This site will be open for vaccines from 2:30 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
***Mayor Dyer will be available for media interviews immediately following the visit.***
Rosemont Neighborhood Center, 4872 Rose Bay Drive
MOBILE VACCINE SITE SCHEDULE:
Dates and times for the vaccine sites are schedule to change. Residents can learn more about the mobile vaccine sites at neighborhood centers and other City of Orlando facilities by visiting orlando.gov/mobilevaccines.
Week of August 1st
Week of August 8th
Week of August 15th
Week of August 22nd
Week of August 29th
Week of September 5th
Samantha HolstenPublic Information Officer