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Syringes containing a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are viewed at a clinic targeting Central American Indigenous residents at CIELO, an Indigenous rights organization, on April 10, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. CIELO launched an outreach campaign for vaccinations to address language barriers, accessibility, mistrust of government and misinformation among Mexican and Guatemalan Indigenous residents. They have suffered disproportionately during the pandemic with many losing work in the hospitality industry. St. John's Well Child and Family Center is administering COVID-19 vaccines across South L.A. in a broad effort to bring vaccines to minority communities. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

If you need to get a COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll have more opportunities to do so around the Tampa Bay area.

There are a couple of mobile vaccine units popping up today. Here are the locations for Wednesday, April 21st from 10 6 P.M.

Lykes Gaslight Square Park
400 North Franklin Street

New Tampa Community Center
17302 Commerce Park Boulevard

Copeland Park
11001 North 15th Street

You don’t need to register in advance. You do need your mask and make sure you bring your identification. The vaccine is free, and they are offering Pfizer first doses.

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