Florida will get 366,180 COVID vaccine doses next week. Here’s where they’ll go.

Aric Chokey, South Florida Sun Sentinel
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Florida will receive 366,180 doses of COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government next week, a drop from the 492,270 doses this week.

The state will allocate 56,960 doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to South Florida. Johnson & Johnson said its vaccine supply will be limited for the next few weeks.

Broward County: 22,100 doses (down from 48,080 the week of March 14).

Miami-Dade County: 25,990 doses (down from 51,780).

Palm Beach County: 8,870 (down from 9,040).

The largest allotments in South Florida are destined for distribution sites at Overtown Youth Center and Baptist Hospital of Miami in Miami-Dade County, Cleveland Clinic Florida and Broward College in Broward County, and the health department in Palm Beach County.

Statewide, Publix pharmacies will again next week receive 55,000 of the state’s Moderna doses to distribute to its pharmacies and CVS will receive 50,310 Pfizer doses.

The state’s list does not include doses the federal government will distribute directly through its retail partners including Publix, Walmart, Winn-Dixie and CVS.

Use our interactive map to find vaccination sites across Florida. Or search the table below to see where the state will distribute vaccines next week.

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