DEBBIE DID IT SO SHE

COULD KEEP WORKING

WITH KIDS IN OVERTOWN.

WILLY DID IT BECAUSE HE

WANTS TO KEEP THE FIRE

GOING ON SISTRUNK.

FELIX & MARGARITA DID IT

SO THEY COULD CONTINUE

SERVING SWEETS

IN HIALEAH.

MARIBEL IN LITTLE HAVANA

DID IT SO SHE COULD

KEEP HER FAMILY SAFE.

KERRY-ANN IN MIAMI GARDENS

DID IT TO BE PART

OF A MOVEMENT.

KERRY-ANN IN OVERTOWN

DID IT TO BE PART

OF A MOVEMENT.

JORGE FROM HIALEAH

DID IT SO HE COULD

GET BACK TO WORK.

REVEREND OSGOOD DID IT

IN FORT LAUDERDALE

SO WE COULD GET BACK

TO PRAYING TOGETHER.

CRISTINA IN HOMESTEAD

DID IT BECAUSE IT’S

THE ONLY WAY TO

END THE PANDEMIC.

WARREN DID IT SO HE

COULD KEEP DRIVING

HIS OAKLAND PARK ROUTE.

MELISSA IN LITTLE HAITI

DID IT FOR HER

KIDS AND PATIENTS.

KLAUSS IN

FORT LAUDERDALE

DID IT TO KEEP OUR

COMMUNITY SAFE.

It’s time to stop waiting for your COVID-19 vaccine.

We know there’s a lot of confusing information out there. But here’s the truth: the COVID-19 vaccine will protect you and prevent the continued spread of the virus in our community.

It’s more important than ever: the Delta variant is causing another surge in South Florida cases and hospitalizations. And, overwhelmingly, those in the hospital are unvaccinated and younger.

Thankfully more and more of our friends, family, neighbors and co-workers are getting vaccinated. Not only are they protected, but they’re also dealing with fewer restrictions: going out is less of a hassle, so is gathering in large groups and visiting grandparents. Even travel is much easier!

Vaccine appointments are now widely available and take just a few minutes. Scroll down for more information from reliable sources. Consider talking to a trusted doctor about your questions, or reaching out to a friend who’s been vaccinated to learn about their experience. 

Your COVID-19 Vaccine Questions Answered

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How they did it!

The I Did It campaign is supported by partners and organizations across South Florida.
Here are a few examples of how they’ve adapted the campaign, run with it and inspired others to say I Did It too.

MEMORIAL HEALTH SYSTEM

Memorial Health System created I Did It videos of their own, to encourage their workforce 11,000 to get vaccinated. They also created posters, signs and emails that were used across the health system by leaders and employees alike.

MIAMI-DADE PARKS & ZOO MIAMI

Our fur friends who live Zoo Miami—and the genius human who take such good care—worked with Miami-Dade Parks to create a vaccine video too. See how a cheetah and an elephant get their regular shots while encouraging the rest of us to step up and get our vaccines too.

UNIVISION

Watch as beloved Univision 23 host Javier Romero shares on Instagram why he said I Did It.

HOT 105

Radio host Supa Cindy was all about letting the community know how important the vaccine is — and wasn’t shy about sharing her own I Did It moment on her Facebook page. Check out her post here.

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Check out how our friends at FIU brought to life the campaign with students and athletes—and lots of Panther Pride.

COVID-19 Vaccine Wisdom Straight From the South Florida Community

Dr. Yvonne Johnson
South Miami Hospital
{Millions of people have already taken the vaccine, because they are a safe and simple way to keep you protected. Ask your doctor if you have questions, because we are here to help.{
Dr. Sergio Segarra
Baptist Hospital of Miami
{Getting everyone vaccinated pushes our community forward. It’s the best and fastest way for us to safely get back to life with our loved ones, back to working and back to enjoying activities.{
Dr. Lopez-Luciano
Homestead Hospital
{Do it to help keep your community safe. If you get COVID-19, you may not have any severe symptoms, but it could be life-threatening to your family and friends with other health issues.{