COVID-19 Immunization Appointment Information

The state supported immunization site at Lake Square Mall is a joint effort between the Lake County Board of County Commissioners, the Florida Department of Health, and the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Immunization is available by appointment only through the statewide Sharecare system.

Who is eligible to receive a vaccine?

  • Anyone 16 or older
  • Health care worker (16+) with direct patient contact
  • Long-term care facility staff and residents (16+)
  • Anyone 16+ deemed extremely vulnerable to COVID-19; must present a completed form prescribed by FDOH

State-Supported Immunization Site

Residents can preregister to be notified when immunization appointments are available by visiting or calling 866-201-6909 (or 833-476-1031 for TTY users). Once available, individuals will be contacted by phone call, text or email and will be assisted in scheduling an appointment. Persons currently ineligible to receive an immunization appointment may sign up for email updates when the State criteria changes. A helpline is also available for those who have questions: 833-540-2052. To check the status of a preregistration, visit

Preregister for COVID-19 Immunization Appointment

Immunization Resources

Florida's COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Plan is a long-term, multi-faceted approach to immunization that will require a whole community effort. Persons interested in volunteering at the Lake Square Mall immunization site can email [email protected] or call 352-343-9420 for more information. Below are some options for vaccinations in Lake County:

The Florida Department of Health in Lake County (DOH-Lake) also offers immunization opportunities. To view the latest information from DOH-Lake visit

Stay Informed

For additional COVID-19 immunization updates, follow Lake County Office of Emergency Management on Facebook and Twitter at @lakeemergency. For other immunization resources in Lake County, visit the COVID-19 resource page or text COVIDUPDATE to 888-777.

NOTICE Immunizations are limited to the priority population outlined in Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' Executive Order 21-79. This includes individuals 40 and older, healthcare workers with direct patient contact, and long-term care facility residents and staff. In addition, individuals who are deemed by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 may receive the vaccine as long as they can present a completed form prescribed by the Florida Department of Health.