What you need to know now about COVID-19 in Pinellas County

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Update: Vaccine booster recommendation expanded

The CDC has expanded its recommendation for a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine to include those 65+, other age groups with underlying medical conditions and those who work in jobs with high risk of exposure to COVID-19. The booster is available for free at retail pharmacies, even if you were vaccinated at a county-run site. Take your vaccine card with you to your third dose appointment. Learn more.

Antibody Treatment Site in Pinellas

The State of Florida is now operating a monoclonal antibody site for COVID-19 treatment in Pinellas County. More info.


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