Starting next week, there is another option for getting the COVID-19 vaccine at Cape Coral.
The city and curative work closely with state and private partners to vaccinate people in our area as quickly and safely as possible.
Approximately 38% of Lee County’s population is fully vaccinated, increasing the number that Cape Coral wants, so when it comes Monday, the COVID-19 testing site opposite the Cultural Park Boulevard Town Hall. Is also a place for vaccination.
The plan is to vaccinate about 200 people a day. They will start taking Moderna, but will be vaccinated with Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson in the coming weeks.
Cape Coral Fire Chief Ryan Lam hopes to increase the number of people on the shot by offering a new site.
“If we have enough vaccinated people, we can see that the positive rate, the number of positive contractions, is starting to decrease. Returning from the mask to normal grade, normal business life, normal community You can see even more steps for normality, up to everything else you can do, “he said.
The second dose is scheduled for the first dose. They want people to schedule their shots, at least for the first week. However, it does try to support walkups.
The vaccine is given daily from 8 am to 6 pm. The site is located in 1020 Cultural Park Boulevard, next to the police station and opposite the city hall.
To make a reservation, please visit the Curative website.
New vaccination site opens in Cape Coral
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