All COVID-19 vaccination appointments at Publix locations in central Florida were occupied by the company about an hour after opening the terminal portal

When appointments opened shortly after 7 a.m., some users reported that the website redirected them to schedule an appointment in South Carolina but the bug was fixed a few minutes later

Florida residents over 65 years of age, residents and employees of long-term care facilities, or health care workers were eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment

Residents who made an appointment online on Monday will be able to receive the vaccine from Wednesday

The stores are delivering 100 to 125 vaccines per day, and an appointment is required

Publix does not allow residents to make an appointment by phone You need to make an appointment online

If you missed the opportunity to make an appointment on Monday, Publix will reopen its appointments portal on Wednesday, February 17 and on Friday, Feb. 19

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