Covid-19

Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine and COVID-19 testing?

Testing – Nassau County Health Department is offering Free COVID testing at various sites throughout Nassau County on a walk-in basis.   We test those 5 years of age and older.  You may also call your doctor or urgent care centers in the community for information on testing.  See the calendar below for a schedule.

Anyone wanting to receive a COVID-19 vaccine can come to one of our walk-in clinics we have scheduled throughout Nassau County (see calendar below) or book an appointment using the buttons above. We have vaccine for 12 years of age and up at this time. Before coming to the clinic for your vaccine please read the Notice of Privacy Practice form below and complete the Screening and Consent Form below to bring with you the day of your shot.

Vaccines are also available through most pharmacies and doctors offices.

Homebound? – Nassau County Health Department has COVID-19 vaccine available to any homebound Nassau County resident. Homebound would be someone that can’t get out of their home without assistance by ambulance or special transportation services. If you or someone in your family is homebound, please call 904-875-6126 for information.

Shots brought to your business/organization? The Health Department will be glad to speak to any business or organization (church, work site, etc) about coming to their site to administer COVID-19 vaccine. For consideration, please call 904-875-6126.

Other vaccine locations? There are many other sites that are offering the COVID-19 vaccine in our community that you may call to obtain the vaccine. Barnabas Center is now offering Moderna Vaccine to anyone in the community. You can call them at 904-261-7000 for information. Additionally, Publix, Walgreens, CVS, and Winn Dixie all offer the vaccine. You may want to check with your primary care provider/doctor to see if they have the vaccine available. You can use the vaccine locator on this site to obtain information of other vaccine locations. Local television and newspapers also have information on where to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine.

CDC Covid-19 Vaccine Finder (vaccines.gov) – allows you to find a location with the vaccine brand of your choice based on your zip code.

Testing and Vaccination Calendar

Covid-19 Vaccination Forms

Vaccine Screening and Consent form (if you can, download and print) You will be required to sign a consent form in order to receive a shot.

Pfizer Fact Sheet

Moderna Fact Sheet

Johnson & Johnson Fact Sheet

• Vaccine Screening and Consent Form

• Formulario de consentimiento en español

Notice of Privacy Practice

Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines

The latest CDC guidelines (updated July 2021) concerning isolation and quarantine, as well as an explanation of the difference between the two can be found by clicking here. 

Covid-19 Variations and Mutations