Escambia Health Department Updates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Hours

July 21, 2021

The Florida Department of Health in Escambia County (FDOH-Escambia) is updating walk-in hours for their COVID-19 vaccine clinic located at 1295 West Fairfield Drive in Pensacola effective Thursday, July 22, 2021.

Walk-ins are welcome Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Same-day appointments can be made by calling (850) 595-6554. Questions can be directed to FDOH-Escambia’s COVID-19 phone line at (850) 595-6500 option 6.


2 Responses to “Escambia Health Department Updates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Hours”

  1. Warren on July 22nd, 2021 8:41 am

    This virus variant is twice as contagious. Young unvaccinated people are dying from it. What chance do you think you have if you are even slightly older. If you are not vaccinated and young or old you must have a death wish. Look at the folks and opinion leaders that have been anti vaccine. Now they have changed their tune because the very electorate they’ve been coaxing to be anti vaccine is dying and they will lose voters. They don’t care about you only in the sense that you are a supporter and if you die you can’t support them. They’ve all been vaccinated from day one while they told you not to get vaccinated! Don’t continue to be stupid people. Get your vaccine. I’ll be honest. I don’t really care that you make an ignorant decision not to be vaccinated. That’s your right and you can hold it to your death bed. But folks like you will eventually cause more variants to develop and it might affect me and all the other smart people who have been vaccinated. But in the end if you are set on not being vaccinated more power to you. You’ll weed your own self out. But I appeal to those folks who while not vaccinated are considering it. Please don’t wait till it’s to late and then die with regret. You can do something now before you put yourself in that situation!

  2. get the vaccine on July 21st, 2021 8:22 am

    If you are unvaccinated this vius will find you! It will keep coming in waves. Listen to the health experts.

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