Florida will get more than 550,000 COVID vaccines this week. Here’s where they’ll go

Richard Tribou, Orlando Sentinel
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Florida will receive 554,370 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government this week, a significant drop from the previous week as production issues all but halt shipments of Johnson & Johnson doses.

Last week, the state received 811,400 doses that included the largest shipment of Johnson & Johnson doses to date. Next week, only 43,000 of the single-shot doses will come to Florida, a decrease of nearly 200,000.

The state will allocate 64,980 doses to four counties in Central Florida.

Lake County: 15,410 (down from 17,440).

Orange County: 29,790 (down from 87,660)

Osceola County: 6,680 (down from 8.250)

Seminole County: 13,100 (down from 13,430)

The Central Florida sites expecting the most doses are the Orange County Convention Center, Lake Square Mall and the Oviedo Mall.

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 are the same each week. 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.

Search the table below to see where the state will distribute vaccines next week.