CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Covid-19 vaccinations are coming to select Walmart and Sam's Club stores in Broward County, starting as early as Friday, Gov. Ron DeSantis said this week.
Vaccines for seniors 65 and older and healthcare workers will be available at 10 Walmart and Sam’s Club stores across Broward County.
A supply of 25,000 vaccine doses will be going to 119 Walmart stores in 34 Florida counties, including Broward County, DeSantis said.
The locations of the Walmart and Sam's Club stores in Broward County are:
- 401 E. Sheridan Street in Dania Beach.
- 4301 S. University Drive and 8550 Stirling Road, both in Davie.
- 2500 W. Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
- 301 S. State Road 7 in Hollywood.
- 1800 S. University Drive in Miramar.
- 12800 Pines Boulevard in Pembroke Pines.
- 13550 W. Sunrise Boulevard in Sunrise.
- 2300 W. Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach.
- 4700 S. Flamingo Road in Cooper City.
Those who aren’t members of Sam's Club can still receive the vaccine at the stores, the governor said.
DeSantis said Florida is also expanding vaccine shipments to Publix, from 325 stores in 23 counties to close to 600 stores in 41 counties.
Publix has not expanded vaccinations to its Broward County stores.
For more information on Sam’s Club vaccinations, go to: www.samsclub.com/covid.
For more information on Publix vaccinations, go to: Publix.com/covidvaccine.
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