Florida will get 811,400 COVID vaccine doses next week, the largest shipment to date. Here’s where they’ll go

Aric Chokey, South Florida Sun Sentinel
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Florida will receive 811,400 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government next week, a sharp increase from the 595,530 doses this week and the largest number of Johnson & Johnson doses the state has received to date.

The state will allocate 236,850 doses to South Florida, 90,000 more than this week with the bulk of the increase going to Miami-Dade County.

Broward County: 71,230 doses (nearly unchanged from the 71,370 the week of March 21).

Miami-Dade County: 135,910 doses (up from 61,140).

Palm Beach County: 29,719 (up from 13,380).

Johnson & Johnson doses make up 105,400 of South Florida’s allocation. The state said it expects to receive the single-dose shot for two more weeks before production issues are expected to bring shipments to a halt.

Miami Dade Community College’s north campus is being sent 40,000 Johnson & Johnson doses, the largest allocation in South Florida.

Statewide, Walgreens and CVS pharmacies will each receive 50,310 Pfizer doses and Publix pharmacies will receive 55,000 of the state’s Moderna doses — the retail pharmacy allocations have been the same for each of the past eight weeks. 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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