Found on the NassauOne.com website. – Nassau County Emergency Management Director, Greg Foster, announced today that his request to the Florida Division of Emergency Management to dispense CoViD-19 vaccine through local Publix pharmacies has been approved. Publix locations in Fernandina Beach and Yulee will begin scheduling and administering their weekly allotted supply of vaccine from the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program later this week.

The Florida Department of Health in Nassau County continues to receive weekly allotments of CoViD-19 vaccine and is administering doses to individuals with appointments at Point of Dispensing (POD) sites throughout the county. Residents over 65 years of age can still register for an appointment to receive their first dose of CoViD-19 vaccine at one of these PODs through the www.OneNassau.com website.

Residents who register on the OneNassau Vaccine Waitlist can expect to receive an Eventbrite email message telling them that they can claim their dose and schedule their appointment as more vaccine becomes available. Individuals should register on the Vaccine Waitlist only once; duplicate entries are deleted. Their contact information remains in the Waitlist until they are selected for their vaccination. Unclaimed doses are offered to others on the Waitlist, so registered residents are reminded to answer phone calls from the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), 904-548-0900; callers in the EOC will not leave messages.