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UPDATE: January 27, 2022Facial coverings are recommended while visiting Village facilities for those who are unvaccinated for COVID-19, but they are not required. For the latest information about dealing with COVID, visit the Palm Beach County government's Coronavirus page here: https://discover.pbcgov.org/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx
UPDATE: December 6Facial coverings are recommended while visiting Village facilities for those who are unvaccinated for COVID-19, but they are not required.
UPDATE: September 23
Village Hall is open and facial coverings are required for everyone while inside Village facilities. They can be provided if necessary.
UPDATE: AUGUST 30
The facial covering requirement for entering Village-owned buildings remains in place, and the Village continues to recommend that residents follow all CDC guidelines to combat the virus.
UPDATE: August 9
UPDATE: July 2, 2021
Village Hall is fully open again, and Council meetings will be open to the public with no restrictions. The use of facial coverings in Village-owned buildings is no longer REQUIRED, but it is still RECOMMENDED.
Stay informed and up-to-date on COVID-19 with the latest operational updates for Palm Beach County here: http://ow.ly/6KcD30rHPiB
UPDATE: June 8, 2021
The Village & the Jewish Community Synagogue are helping the Fla. Division of Emergency Management provide COVID vaccine injections on Friday, June 11 from 9am to 3pm at the Village Community Center. JUST STOP BY, no appointment necessary. Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson available.
For the latest information from Palm Beach County government, including any Deparetment of Health updates, visit the County coronavirus webpage here: https://discover.pbcgov.org/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx
UPDATE: May 17, 2021
UPDATE: April 23, 2021
For free COVID-19 testing sites in Palm Beach County including antigen testing, please visit pbcgov.com/coronavirus.
UPDATE: April 6, 2021eople 16 and older are now eligible for vaccines
Providers administering any COVID-19 vaccine shall only vaccinate the following populations:
At 9 a.m. on Wednesday, April 7, the Health Care District of Palm Beach County will open 20,000 appointments for first-dose vaccination between Friday, April 9 through Saturday, April 17 for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Click here for that website
The website lists the available dates, locations, vaccine brand and eligibility requirements at each of the Health Care District’s three mass vaccination sites at the South County Civic Center west of Delray Beach, the Burns Road Community Center in Palm Beach Gardens, and the South Florida Fairgrounds in suburban West Palm Beach. It is essential that individuals follow the state eligibility guidelines when scheduling to avoid being turned away at the sites. Individuals 16 years and 17 years old are eligible to self-schedule appointments for the Pfizer vaccine brand only. A parent or guardian must be present at the appointment of those who are 16 and 17 years old.
As additional vaccine and appointments are available, the Health Care District will continue to notify the community that the online self-scheduler is open.
For those without internet access, the Health Care District’s helpline at (561) 804-4115 is available to assist in English, Spanish and Creole. Appointments are based on vaccine availability.
UPDATE: March 26, 2021
UPDATE: March 19, 2021
The Village of North Palm Beach and the Jewish Community Synagogue are assisting the Florida Division of Emergency Management in providing COVID vaccine injections on Wednesday, March 24th at the Village Community Center, 1200 Prosperity Farms Road.
Appointments cannot be taken by telephone, so please do not call the Village, the Synagogue or the Community Center. Eligibility requirements, signup and details here: http://bit.ly/3vGiTMj
UPDATE: March 16
The Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) recently announced a new way for homebound seniors to sign up to have a COVID-19 vaccine come directly to them.
E-mail HomeboundVaccine@em.myflorida.com with your name and phone number to put in your request. Someone from the Florida Division of Emergency Management will contact you within 72 hours to collect more information and schedule your appointment. At this time, the Department of Emergency Management is not accepting phone calls for homebound vaccination appointments.
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County has expanded COVID-19 vaccination appointment requests to adults 60 years and older. Those eligible to be vaccinated now include:
UPDATE: March 11
The PBC Community Services Department's online portal for Emergency Rental Assistance is open. Eligible PBC residents must be a renter household in which at least one or more individuals meet specific requirements. Apply here: http://ow.ly/oy7z50DUGpD
Here's a quick summary of the various Palm Beach County vaccination sites and the requirements to register for each. The list includes links to each provider:
K-12 school employee, daycare and preschool worker or staff regardless of age
UPDATE: March 8, 2021
Residents who believe they are eligible for the in-home COVID-19 testing option should call (561) 712-6400 for a pre-qualifying assessment. The testing line is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Eligible residents include homebound elderly or individuals with disabilities who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and cannot leave their homes to access one of the drive-up or walk-up test collection sites.
The Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County (DOH-Palm Beach) is developing plans to address Homebound seniors and anticipates a partnership with partners that will reach out to these individuals. As with all groups of individuals, timing of these efforts is completely dependent upon vaccine availability.
The State COVID-19 Call Center phone number is (866) 779-6121. The email address is COVIDemail@example.com and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For their website, visit https://floridahealthcovid19.gov.
Appointment line for seniors over 65 who do not have access to a computer: (866) 201-6754.
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County, in partnership with Palm Beach County, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and the State of Florida, is now administering COVID-19 vaccines throughout the county. The Health Care District is now accepting requests for vaccination per the Governor’s amended order for:
Once the appointment request form is submitted, individuals will be placed in a virtual waiting room for scheduling on a first-come, first-serve basis, dependent upon vaccine availability. All registrations must be completed electronically at vaccine.hcdpbc.org. For those with no internet access, the Health Care District’s helpline at 561-804-4115 is available to assist in English, Spanish and Creole.
All individuals presenting for a vaccination will need to bring identification for age verification and a work badge, if applicable. Individuals 18 years and older who are deemed medically vulnerable to COVID-19 will also need to bring the Department of Health-approved form [ww11.doh.state.fl.us], as attested by their licensed physician, with them to their vaccination appointment.
The Health Care District has completed scheduling nearly all individuals who were on the Department of Health-Palm Beach County’s (DOH) waiting list and who also confirmed that they still wanted appointments. Individuals who believe they were on the DOH waitlist, but were not contacted for an appointment can submit a new appointment request and check “Yes” in the box indicating they were on the waitlist. The Health Care District will verify and prioritize accordingly.
All individuals who submitted an appointment request prior to March 1st and who do not currently have a scheduled appointment at one of the Health Care District’s vaccination sites must complete and submit a new online appointment request form at vaccine.hcdpbc.org and indicate in the box “Reason for Appointment” which of the above categories best applies.
The West Palm Beach VA is offering the Covid-19 vaccine to all veterans (regardless of age) who receive care at the VA. The vaccine is offered by appointment and on a walk-in basis at Building 14 on the main campus in West Palm Beach from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday – Friday. They are offering the vaccine by appointment only at select CBOCs. Veterans must already receive care at VA to get the COVID-19 Vaccine and be able to return to the same site for their second dose.
For more information visit www.westpalmbeach.va.gov/services/covid-19-vaccines.asp.
UPDATE: February 26 at 10 a.m.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments can now be booked (online only) at Publix while their appointment window is active. Must be 65 or older on date of the appointment; or health care personnel with direct patient contact; or a resident of a long-term care facility; or a staff member of a long-term care facility. Unknown how long window will remain open so prompt action is recommended: https://www.publix.com/covid-vaccine/booknow
UPDATE: February 23, 2021
Palm Beach County officials held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to announce the opening of a vaccine center in Palm Beach Gardens that will be available to Village residents beginning Wednesday, February 24, -- by appointment only -- for people 65 and older. The website to sign up for an appointment is: http://vaccine.hcdpbc.org/
Watch the press conference here
UPDATE: February 19, 2021
The facial coverings mandate in Palm Beach County has been extended an additional 30 days to mid-March. County health officials say compliance has been generally good at area businesses and establishments, with spring vacation on the horizon and new variants of COVID-19 surfacing, it is important to continue to observe safety precautions and social distancing.
Palm Beach County government reports a third large-scale vaccination site will open Wednesday, February 24 at the Burns Road Community Center in Palm Beach Gardens, contingent upon vaccine availability. The site will be operated by the Health Care District and will concentrate on individuals who are on the Florida Department of Health waiting list. Those eligible to be vaccinated will be contacted. Vaccines will be given by appointment only. Address is 4404 Burns Road in Palm Beach Gardens. More PBC info here: http://bit.ly/3dxJaWD
Jupiter Medical Center has received a limited supply of Moderna vaccine. The focus is on patients age 18-64, residing in Palm Beach or Martin Counties and have one or more of of the conditions listed here: http://bit.ly/37xUfmG
There are no more first dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments scheduled at Publix stores until vaccine allotments arrive. Only second dose appointments will continue as scheduled.: https://www.wptv.com/coronavirus/publix-cancels-fridays-covid-19-vaccine-appointment-window
Update: February 12 at 12 p.m.
NEW INFO AS OF FEBRUARY 12: Publix will now open their vaccine appointment webpage on Mondays, in addition to Wednesdays and Fridays, and several other retail pharmacies say they will schedule COVID vaccine appointments.
Update: February 9 at 5 p.m.
Increasing numbers of retail pharmacies in Palm Beach County are announcing plans to provide COVID vaccines, while the Florida Department of Health continues its distribution plan announced on January 29.
You can preregister with the Florida Department of Health for a vaccine and get a call back when appointments are available -- if you are a frontline healthcare worker or are 65 or older. To schedule an appointment, call (866) 201-6754 or visit MyVaccine (fl.gov)
Several retail providers now have webpages set up for the public to make vaccine appointment requests. Governor Ron DeSantis said Tuesday the retailers will begin distributing the vaccines on Friday, February 12. However, only Publix is listed on the Governor's announcement as having a distribution site in Palm Beach County as of Tuesday, February 2.
The announced retailers are:
Each website has instructions specific to its respective retail pharmacy. According to the Governor's Office, these retail pharmacy sites will offer the COVID-19 vaccine to all individuals 65 years of age and older, as well as frontline health care workers. The federal government determines allocations for each location.
See the Governor's February 9th announcement
Update: January 29 at 6:00 p.m.
The Florida Department of Health has a new way to sign up for a COVID vaccine. You can now preregister for a vaccine and get a call back when appointments are available -- if you are a frontline healthcare worker or are 65 or older. To schedule an appointment, call (866) 201-6754 or visit myvaccine.fl.gov.
Update: January 28 at 9:45 a.m.
The Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County says anyone looking to make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine should use a Publix pharmacy. Booking availability is sporadic, so check often. The Village Fire Department still has no supplies.
Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County vaccine webpage
Update: January 25 at 1:30 p.m.
Update: January 20 at 1:15 p.m.
The North Palm Beach Fire Department will provide COVID-19 vaccines to Village residents 65 and older, in accordance with CDC and Florida Department of Health guidelines, once vaccines become available.
The Fire Department does not have any vaccine supplies at this time, and any that will be obtained will come from the Florida Department of Health, which is working with fire departments throughout the county to provide the vaccines. The date of the next delivery of the vaccine to the Department of Health, and then to the local fire departments, is unknown at this time.
That information, as well as information about how to sign up for a vaccination by the Village Fire Department, will be publicized once it is available. Notice will be posted on the Village website, in Village social media, and by text through the "Stay Notified" section of the Village webpage. However, at this time, there is no way to sign up for a vaccine from the Village Fire Department.
To get text or email updates about the Village's COVID response and vaccine distribution arrangements, go to the Village's "Stay Notified" webpage. You will have to enter an email address first to create an account, then a cell phone number if you want text messages. Then under the "Notify Me" category, select the email icon or the cell phone icon next to "Severe Weather, Public Health & Safety Notices" to begin receiving messages. Both options can be selected if you want both. You will get a confirmation email from firstname.lastname@example.org asking you to approve the service, or a text asking you to reply with YES.
Once a notice is sent out that the vaccine program has begun and appointments are being taken to get vaccinated by the Village Fire Department, time slots are likely to fill up rapidly, just as in other communities throughout the county. Appointments will be arranged on a first-come, first-served basis through an online booking platform that will be accessed through the Village website once the vaccines are available. This will be the only way to make an appointment for vaccinations by the Village Fire Department. The number of vaccines the Village will receive on first delivery is unknown, so there is no way to know how many people can be served at this time.
There is no fee for this vaccine, which will be distributed at the Village Community Center.
The Florida Health Department in Palm Beach County currently has a full waiting list for COVID-19 vaccine appointments. THEY ARE NOT ACCEPTING ADDITIONAL APPOINMENTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
See a summary of the Palm Beach County COVID vaccine program status
Please continue to monitor this page and the Village social media for updates. The response to COVID-19 locally and nationwide is a rapidly evolving scenario and changes to this plan may occur at any time.
For more information, contact:Ed CunninghamCommunications ManagerVillage of North Palm BeachEmail: email@example.com