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I Got My Shot - Safer, Stronger, Together - Trusted, Convenient, Free

On Our Way to Connecting Again

Over 55 percent of Orange County residents are vaccinated

We need your help to protect our community against the COVID-19 virus and reach herd immunity as quickly as possible.

The “I Got My Shot” public safety campaign is designed to debunk vaccine myths, highlight trusted voices in the community, and encourage residents to get vaccinated and become advocates.

Ways to Help

  • Share a photo, tag Orange County Government and use the #IGotMyShot hashtag.
  • Add the “I Got My Shot” Facebook frame to your Facebook profile photo (see directions below).

Facebook Frame

#IGotMyShot Tagged Photos

Myths vs. Facts

Vaccine myth

For more vaccine mythbusting, visit our Vaccine Myths vs. Facts page.

Mobile Vaccine Trailer

I Got My Shot trailer

In an effort to exhaust all measures to combat the COVID-19 virus and protect the residents of Orange County, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County used Federal CARES Act dollars to purchase a 24-foot long mobile trailer to ensure it had a versatile tool to reach and vaccinate homebound and hard-to-reach residents in Orange County.

A total of five staff members, made up of nurses, EMTs and clerks, operate the mobile vaccination trailer. This mission can vaccinate more than 300 Central Florida residents a day.

#IGotMyShot Mobile Vaccination Trailer Sites

Where will the #IGotMyShot Mobile Vaccination Trailer be next? Check out the map below!

No appointments needed. Both Pfizer and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be offered while supplies last.

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Wednesday, June 16

Lake Eola

  • 9a.m. – 11:30a.m.
  • Corner of Rosalind & Washington Ave Orlando, FL

Friday, June 18

Sabores Bakery

  • 2p.m. – 6p.m.
  • 12720 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32837

Saturday, June 19

Barker Park

  • 10a.m. – 2p.m.
  • 2000 Monte Carlo Trail Orlando FL 32805