At a press briefing in Jacksonville on Thursday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis reminded the public that there will be no mandates for children to get the COVID-19 vaccine and no state-hosted vaccine sites.
“With these childhood vaccines, in Florida, there will be no mandate for COVID allowed,” Said Gov. DeSantis, “That’s a parent’s decision.”
“Parents are the ones that can make these key decisions for further children and for their future,” said Desantis.
DeSantis added that the state will not open COVID vaccine sites for children as vaccine sites are readily available.
“The vaccines are going to everybody in the normal medical system the way it is,” Gov. DeSantis said. “So we’re not doing vaccine sites. They’re at the pharmacies, they’re readily available for everybody.”
“I don’t think there’s any difference in the vaccine that’s doing,” DeSantis said. “I think they may take a lower dosage. So, there’s no shortage of availability of any of that. But it’s not something that the state is administering at this point. We basically got it through the whole economy in April. So it’s been available at every drug store since then.”
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