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Florida Department of Health Updates –

As a result of the @US_FDA's abrupt decision to remove the EUAs for two monoclonal antibodies, monoclonal antibody treatment sites will be closed until further notice. Full press release is below.

🎉 Giveaway alert! 🎉

We’re giving ten lucky babies born in 2021 a 1-Year Florida University Plan college scholarship, plus $1,000 in diapers.

Enter today at

Giveaway ends 2/18/22 at 5:00pm EST. Sponsored by @FLDepartmentofHealth and Florida Prepaid.


You can make an appointment for monoclonal antibody treatment at all sites (new state-run sites or previous state sites) by using

Below are the new state sites that opened today.

A full list of sites can be found at

✨BIG NEWS: Tomorrow, five additional monoclonal antibody sites will open across the state✨

We're working around the clock to keep up the momentum so Floridians have access to lifesaving monoclonal antibody therapies.

Full release:

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As of January 24, 2022, national forecasts predict 4,900–27,800 new #COVID19 hospitalizations will likely be reported on February 18. More:

New study highlights a peer-led, group intervention that improved eHealth literacy and HIV health literacy in people living with HIV. Learn more:
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Parents: Your children count on you to keep them safe and healthy. If you have questions or concerns about your child receiving the #COVID19 vaccine, talk to your healthcare provider.

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Know the difference. Side effects after getting your #COVID19 vaccine are expected and should go away in a few days. Symptoms of COVID-19 are wide-ranging, more severe, and often last weeks but can last months.

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