COVID-19 vaccine site for young children reopens at Jewish center in Maitland

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A vaccine clinic in Maitland will soon open its doors again to vaccinate children under five years old.

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It’s an effort implemented by state Sen. Randolph Bracy after Gov. Ron DeSantis declined to pre-order vaccines for children.

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The Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando will administer the vaccines every Friday, until the demand goes down.

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“We are providing this free of charge to the constituents and so, as needed, if they are more, we will continue to order these vaccines,” Bracy said.

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The Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando started accepting walk-ins at 10 a.m. Friday.

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