No new coronavirus vaccine appointments this week in Clay County

Clay County FL — Emergency management officials in Clay County Wednesday announced they are not getting any new coronavirus vaccines this week. Emergency Management Director John Ward says they’ve been assured that the county will again get an allotment of vaccines beginning next week. He says the numbers of vaccines the county gets will change on a weekly basis, so starting next week the county plans to announce how many vaccines they have received by noon on Wednesday.

“Then on Wednesday at 3PM the online portal at will open.” Ward says.

He says they are working to come up with a way of making sure people who can’t make an appointment online can still make one.

Currently, appointments are only available for residents 65 or older and for front-line healthcare workers.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Clay County did not receive any additional allotments for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine this week from the Florida Division of Emergency Management. As the Florida Division of Emergency Management provides an update on additional allotments for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Clay County will provide any additional information regarding appointment availability. To receive updates and more information on the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in Clay County, please visit

Posted by Clay County, Florida Emergency Management on Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Steven Ponson

Steven Ponson is the morning reporter for Jacksonville’s Morning News. He has been with Cox Media Group since the summer of 2015, and been living in Florida for over 20 years.

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