Will there be enough vaccines for my appointment?

The state is continuing to distribute vaccines statewide, daily. The state does not schedule appointments until it is guaranteed there will be enough vaccine on site.

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1. Who is eligible to receive a vaccine at this site?
2. I have mobility issues, will there be accommodations at the vaccine site?
3. Will there be enough vaccines for my appointment?
4. I have a comorbidity/disability, but I’m younger than 65, can I get a vaccine?
5. When will I get a call back to schedule a vaccine appointment?
6. I called the appointment number but didn’t speak to a person. How do I ensure I can contact someone to schedule a vaccine appointment?
7. I haven’t been contacted for my second dose appointment yet. How do I schedule a second dose appointment?
8. Can I just show up to the vaccine site on the day listed on my CDC card?
9. Why can’t I make my second dose appointment on site?
10. Can I get my second dose at a different location?
11. My second dose appointment is after the day listed on my CDC card. Will the vaccine still be effective?
12. What do I need to bring to my second dose appointment?
13. What do I do if I lost my CDC vaccine card?
14. I’m a part-time resident, am I eligible to receive the vaccine?
15. What proof of residency items do I need to bring?
16. Do you have to be a resident of Santa Rosa County to receive a vaccine?
17. How do I make an appointment for a vaccine?
18. I missed the call to schedule my appointment, how do I call them back?
19. What number will call me back?
20. I need to cancel or change my appointment; can you help me?
21. I received a call, is this the number that’s supposed to call me back?
22. Can I schedule an appointment online?
23. I can’t drive myself, can someone come to my appointment with me?
24. What do I need to bring to my vaccine appointment?
25. Can I schedule multiple individuals for an appointment on a phone call?