TAMPA (WFLA) – For the first day of operation at the FEMA vaccine site at the Tampa Greyhound track, everything is very smooth. There are no lines during the day for vaccinated people and very little wait upon arrival.
“There’s no queue right now, so people get it and keep it going,” Hallie Anderson told FEMA.
At another FEMA vaccination site, the Larry Sands Sports Complex in Progress Village, there are no lines at all each day, and people can get vaccinated without appointment.
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“I thank God we were able to get the vaccine. We̵7;re both 69, so we need it, ”said Cynthia McDonald, who was able to get the vaccine together with her husband in less than half an hour.
Bernard Scott just found information about vaccination locations on Wednesday morning and drove to get vaccinated right away.
“My sister lives in Progress Village, where she called me and told me they gave me free pictures here and we thought we’d have a big line. But it surprised us, ”Scott said.
Another FEMA-run vaccine site at Lake Maude Park in Winter Haven also waited a few people on Wednesday, FEMA said when people know about these vaccination sites they can go without. Make an appointment as long as they’re in the Florida-certified category.
“If you see one of these locations, feel free to walk up and inquire about your qualifications in photography,” says Anderson.
Tampa Greyhound Track is at 755 E.Waters Avenue FEMA has also established three remote vaccine sites that will handle shots on different dates. The website is located at:
- Larry Sand Sports Complex, 5855 S 78th Street in Tampa (March 3 to March 6).
- Lake Maude Nature Park, 1751 7th Street NW Winter Haven (March 3 to March 10).
- Hillsborough Community College in Brandon, 10451 Nancy Watkins Drive (March 3 to March 10).