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I Got My Shot - Safer, Stronger, Together - Trusted, Convenient, Free

On Our Way to Connecting Again

21 and a half percent of Orange County residents are vaccinated

We need your help to protect our community against the COVID-19 virus and reach herd immunity as quickly as possible.

The “I Got My Shot” public safety campaign is designed to debunk vaccine myths, highlight trusted voices in the community and encourage residents to get vaccinated and become advocates. The campaign is a collaboration between the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, Orange County Government, and partners across the region.

Ways to Help

  • Add a custom Facebook frame to your profile picture on social media
  • Share a photo, tag Orange County Government and use the #IGotMyShot hashtag.
    • Facebook - @OrangeCountyFlorida
    • Twitter - @OrangeCoFL
    • Instagram - @OCFL

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Myths vs. Facts

Vaccine myth

For more vaccine mythbusting, visit our Vaccine Myths vs. Facts page.

Mobile Vaccine Trailer

Unwrapped white trailer

In effort to exhaust all measures to combat the COVID-19 virus and protect the residents of Orange County, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County utilized Federal CARES Act dollars to purchase a 24-foot long mobile trailer to ensure they had versatile tools to reach and vaccinate neighborhoods and those who are homebound.

This trailer has been outfitted with vaccine storage units, supplies and Department of Health network equipment. A total of five staff members, made up of nurses, EMTs and clerks operate in the mobile vaccination trailer and have been going into underserved communities since the second week of March 2021. This mission administers the Johnson & Johnson one dose vaccine and can vaccinate over 300 Central Florida residents a day. The goal of this mobile unit is to reach and vaccinate homebound and hard to reach residents in underserved communities in Orange County.