For the most up-to-date information on vaccines in Miami-Dade County, please visit Miami-Dade County’s webpage.
The City of Sunny Isles Beach will share the latest information on vaccine availability and vaccination locations as it becomes available from Miami-Dade County, local hospitals and healthcare partners.
Because demand is currently high and supply is limited, many appointments fill up within minutes of becoming available. To receive the latest vaccination updates, we recommend following the below social media accounts:
- Miami-Dade County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava on Twitter @mayordaniella, and Facebook @mayordaniella
- Jackson Health System on Twitter @JacksonHealth and Facebook @JacksonHealth
- Miami-Dade County on Twitter @MiamiDadeCounty and Facebook @MiamiDadeCounty
- City of Sunny Isles Beach on Twitter @CityofSIB and Facebook@CityofSIB
Miami-Dade County posts vaccination availability on their webpage at miamidade.gov/vaccine, which we also share on this webpage as updates become available.
Who can get vaccinated?
The first three groups to receive the vaccine according to current state guidance are:
- Long-term care facility residents and staff
- Persons 65 years of age and older
- Health care personnel with direct patient contact
Where can I get vaccinated?
Miami-Dade County is coordinating closely with hospital and healthcare partners, the Florida Department of Health, municipalities, and private partners to vaccinate members of our community against the coronavirus (COVID-19) as quickly and efficiently as possible.
According to state guidelines, the top priority for vaccination – following long-term care residents and staff and frontline healthcare workers – is Miami-Dade County residents age 65 and older.
Miami-Dade County is working hard to add new vaccine appointments for seniors 65+ as additional vaccines become available. Check here for an available appointment.
Vaccinations are by appointment only and walk-ups will not be accepted.
Miami-Dade Public Libraries provide internet and computer access for any members of the community not able to access the website from home.
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Due to supply constraints, Mount Sinai Medical Center is suspending first-dose vaccinations beginning Saturday, January 23, 2021.
- For more information, visit the Mount Sinai Medical Center website
Jackson Health System
Jackson Health System (JHS) offers an online platform for Miami-Dade County residents age 65 or older to request a vaccination appointment. If you are unable to schedule an appointment, please return to their page routinely for ongoing updates as they receive additional vaccines.
Memorial Healthcare System
Memorial Healthcare System is extending the Pfizer BioNtech COVID-19 vaccination to seniors 65 and older. Vaccinations will be provided by appointment only. Visit Memorial Healthcare’s website for more information.
Homebound Seniors in County Public Facilities
- Miami-Dade County will provide vaccinations directly to homebound seniors age 65 and older who live in County facilities or receive County services and wish to be vaccinated.
- Miami-Dade County staff are directly contacting these individuals to schedule vaccinations beginning Monday, January 4.
Hard Rock Stadium
The State of Florida is operating a drive-thru vaccination site at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens for seniors 65 years of age or older and health care providers. An appointment is required to receive the vaccine. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
To request an appointment, please call the following number: 1-888-499-0840
TTY #: 1-888-256-8918
As of January 20, the State of Florida is operating a drive-thru vaccination site at Marlins Park in Miami for seniors 65 years of age or older. An appointment is required to receive the vaccine. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
To request an appointment, call 1-888-499-0840.
TTY #: 1-888-256-8918
Baptist Health System
Baptist Health is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to members of the community who are 65 years or over or who have certain conditions that put them at high risk of severe illness from the virus.
How can I find out more information about the COVID vaccine?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides the latest vaccine information: