Moderna COVID-19 vaccine now available for 65+ in Alachua County


Updated on December 27 with further information from the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County

The City of Gainesville just announced on Twitter that anyone 65 and over who is interested in getting a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine through the Alachua County Health Department can now sign up.

Those who want to register to receive the first of two doses have two options: click here to register or call (352) 334-8810, 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week, to register to receive the vaccine.

Registration requires your name, date of birth, phone number, and address. A representative from the Alachua County Health Department will contact registrants once vaccine availability is confirmed to provide vaccination time and location.

The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is administered as a 2-dose series, 28 days apart.

  • Is this why the CDC Advisory Committee wanted to use this plan:

    “The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) has made a different determination, and the reasoning is simple: Old people in this country are too White to save. They even put it in writing.”
    Tucker Carlson December 18th

    And furthermore, whites would be on the bottom of the stack therefore being more susceptible to Covid and dying, but being more likely to have children. Those whites that have the finances to protect themselves from Covid will survive and poor whites die.

    Non-whites will get the vaccine in a racially biased humanitarian way, yet pay the price of losing reproduction to sustain their race.

    A new ruling party was and is trying to create the new racially configured population to control.

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