Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Information

Vaccines

ELIGIBLITY

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for free to all individuals 18+. Florida residency is not required. Please bring an ID.

In addition, minors age 12 year old and older can now receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at public vaccine sites. A parent or legal guardian must be present at the time of the vaccination.

Health insurance is not required, however, insurance information is being collected in accordance with federal guidance. All vaccines are free at public sites and individuals will not be asked to pay a copay or deductible. Individuals who do not have health insurance can still receive the vaccine for free.

Vaccine Locations

The following public vaccine sites are offering free COVID-19 vaccines to eligible individuals. Those age 18+ can receive any vaccine, those age 12+ can receive the Pfizer vaccine (a parent or legal guardian must be present). Walk ups accepted, no appointment necessary! Florida residency and insurance are not required. Please bring an ID.

Those who need a second Pfizer dose and are unable to return to where they received a first dose can go to the Raymond James Stadium site.

View  a list of federal, state, county, and private COVID-19 vaccine options in Hillsborough County.

Tampa Greyhound Track
755 E. Waters Ave., Tampa, FL 33604

  • Open daily from 7AM-7PM (including weekends)
  • Offers Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer (no appointment necessary!)
  • Federally-supported

Raymond James Stadium
Lot 14
4201 N. Himes, Tampa, FL 33607

  • Open daily from 8AM-7PM (including weekends)
  • Offers Pfizer (no appointment necessary!)
  • State-supported

Children's Board
1002 E Palm Ave, Tampa, FL 33605

  • Open Monday to Saturday, 9AM-5PM (no appointment necessary!)
  • Closed 4th Thursday of each month and May 14th
  • Offers Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer
  • State-supported

Port Tampa Bay
Cruise Terminal 6 - 1331 McKay St., Tampa, FL 33602

  • Open daily from 8AM-6PM (including weekends)
  • Offers Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer based on availability (no appointment necessary!)

Mobile Pop-Up Sites

The following COVID-19 vaccine mobile pop-up sites are offering free vaccines to eligible individuals age 18+. No appointment necessary! Please bring ID.

Dates

Springhill Community Center, 1000 E. Eskimo Ave.

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Encore District / Perry Harvey, Sr. Park, E. Harrison St.

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Himes Avenue Complex, 4501 S. Himes Ave.

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Ragan Park, 1200 E. Lake Ave. 

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Temple Terrace Recreation Center, 6610 Whiteway Dr.

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Lykes Gaslight Square, 400 N. Franklin St.

  • Open 10am-6pm
  • Offering Johnson & Johnson and 2nd dose Pfizer

Need Transportation to Get a Vaccine?

If you have Medicaid and need transportation to get your vaccine, there is help. Florida Medicaid will take you to get the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost. All you need to do is set up a time to get your vaccine. Next, let your Medicaid plan know you need a ride and they will take care of the rest. Click here for more information or call the Medicaid Helpline at 877-254-1055.

The State of Florida also encourages homebound individuals to sign up to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at their home by filling out the survey available here, emailing [email protected] or by calling 866-779-6121.

 

*Data sourced from the Florida Department of Health Cases by County Report. View the dashboard.

City of Tampa Orders

Executive Orders Issued by the City of Tampa

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-25

May 5, 2021 - which declares a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for 7 days, and incorporates all other applicable state orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-15

The Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Program allows restaurants, bars and retail establishments to expand their outdoor seating onto sidewalks, parking lots and in “parklets” on City right of way by suspending certain City permitting requirements. The Order incorporates an attached Plan Guide that explains the program in more detail, including the conditions that apply to these expanded spaces.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-01

March 12, 2020 - Declaring a COVID-19 State of Local Emergency; initiating emergency powers.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-02

Revising and readopting EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-01; Extending State of Emergency through March 23, 2020

MAYORAL ORDER #1

March 17, 2020 - Limiting Hours of Operation, On-Premises Consumption of Food and Beverage in Restaurants, Bars, Private Clubs, and other Establishments, Limiting Size of Gatherings; Closing Public Beaches

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-03

Extending State of Emergency through March 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-04

Closing identified City Parks; not including boat ramps, Riverwalk, and Bayshore

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-05

Extending State of Emergency through April 6, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-06

Extending State of Emergency through April 13, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-07

Extending State of Emergency through April 20, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-08

Extending State of Emergency through April 27, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-09

Extending State of Emergency through May 4, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-10

Extending State of Emergency through May 11, 2020. Opening identified City parks and beaches.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-11

Adopting the City of Tampa’s Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan- allowing restaurants & retail establishments to safely expand operations in city right-of-way in order to create additional outdoor space

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-12

Amending and Restating the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-13

Extending State of Emergency through May 18, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-14

Extending State of Emergency through May 25, 2020. Opening additional identified parks and recreation facilities

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-15

Amending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan to incorporate Governor’s Executive Order 20-123 (allowing indoor restaurant dining at 50% capacity, and outdoor dining with social distancing)

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-16

Extending State of Emergency through June 1, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-17

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through June 2, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-18

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-19

Extending State of Emergency through June 8, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-20

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through June 9, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-22

Extending State of Emergency through June 15, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-23

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through June 16, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-24

Extending State of Emergency through June 22, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-26

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through June 23, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-27

Requiring that individuals wear face coverings indoors, with specified exceptions

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-28

Extending State of Emergency through June 29, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-29

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through June 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-30

Revising and replacing the face covering order to be consistent with a related order issued by the Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group(“EPG”); requiring that individuals wear face coverings indoors and imposing responsibilities upon business operators

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-31

Extending State of Emergency through July 6, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER2020-32

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through July 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-33

Extending State of Emergency through July 13, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-34

Extending State of Emergency through July 20, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-35

Extending State of Emergency through July 27, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-36

Extending State of Emergency through August 3, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-37

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through August 31, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-38

Extending State of Emergency through August 10, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-39

Extending State of Emergency through August 17, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-40

Extending State of Emergency through August 24, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-41

Extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through the duration of certain Governor’s Executive Orders

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-43

Extending State of Emergency through August 31, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-44

Extending State of Emergency through September 7, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-45

Extending State of Emergency through September 14, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER2020-46

Extending State of Emergency through September 21, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-47

Extending State of Emergency through September 28, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-50

Extending State of Emergency through October 5, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-51

Revising and extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through November 1, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-52

Extending State of Emergency through October 12, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-53

Extending State of Emergency through October 19, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-54

Extending State of Emergency through October 26, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-55

Extending State of Emergency through November 2, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-56

Revising and extending the Lift Up Local Economic Recovery Plan through the duration of the local state of emergency

EXECUTIVE ORDER2020-57

Extending State of Emergency through November 9, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-59

Extending State of Emergency through November 16, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-61

Extending State of Emergency through November 23, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-62

Extending State of Emergency through November 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-63

Extending State of Emergency through December 7, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-64

Extending State of Emergency through December 14, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-65

Extending State of Emergency through December 21, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-66

Extending State of Emergency through December 28, 2020

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-67

Extending State of Emergency through January 4, 2021

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-01

Extending State of Emergency through January 11, 2021

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-03

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-04

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-05

This order makes revisions to the Lift Up Local economic recovery program that allows restaurants, bars and retail establishments to expand their outdoor seating onto sidewalks, parking lots and in “parklets” on City right of way by suspending certain City permitting requirements. The Order incorporates an attached Plan Guide that explains the program in more detail, including the conditions that apply to these expanded spaces.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-06

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-07

Requires the wearing of face coverings outdoors within specific locations in the City of Tampa defined as Event Zones and Entertainment Districts. The Order is intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 at sites where large crowds of people are likely to congregate for Super Bowl related activities, with limited ability to remain socially distanced from each other.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-08

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-10

Terminates Executive Order 2021-07, which required the wearing of face coverings outdoors in defined areas of the City where large crowds were expected to gather for Super Bowl-related events

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-09

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-11

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-12

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-13

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-14

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-16

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-17

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-18

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-20

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-21

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-22

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-42

Amending and replacing 2020-30 (the Face Covering Order) in order to be consistent with and incorporate the order adopted by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-23

Extends the declaration of a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for another 7 days, provides information about which City of Tampa Parks and Recreation facilities are open and which remain closed, and incorporates all other applicable state and local orders.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 2021-24

May 5, 2021 - which declares a local state of emergency for COVID-19 for 7 days, and incorporates all other applicable state orders.

Other Orders


Updated: 05/17/2021