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Adult Hepatitis A Immunizations Outreach

 Jan 02 - Mar 31, 2020 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM Adult Hepatitis A Immunizations Outreach Clinic Schedule

Monday – Friday (Excluding Holidays)
8:15 AM – Noon and 1:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: St. Johns County Health & Human Services
Health Department

Event Locations

Location #1
Main Office - Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County
200 San Sebastian View
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Price: Free Adult Shots (Uninsured / Underinsured)

Hepatitis A is on the rise in Florida Counties and is a vaccine-preventable form of infectious hepatitis. Wash your hands. Get Vaccinated! Visit our point-of-dispensing (POD) immunization clinic.

DOH-St. Johns Public Health Mobile Center

Health and Human Services (HHS) Adult Hepatitis A Immunizations POD

Monday through Friday

  • 8:15 AM to Noon
  • 1:15 PM to 5:00 PM

Subject to change – while supplies last:

 A $10 Food Voucher may be given to adults who receive a Hepatitis A vaccination during their visit at the Hepatitis A Immunization events today.  Schedule and supplies are subject to change. All patrons are encouraged to call the same day, prior to visit.

Hepatitis A is Contagious & can harm your liver.

Hepatitis A virus is in the poop of people who have the virus. If a person with the virus doesn't wash his or her hands after going to the bathroom, poop can transfer to people, objects, food and drinks.

Prevent the spread of Hepatitis A:

Hepatitis A can spread person-to-person from any sexual activity with a person who has the virus—using a condom will not prevent the virus. People who have the virus should avoid sexual contact, and people who are at-risk should get vaccinated.

Alcohol-based hand sanitizers don't kill Hepatitis A germs!

Wash your hands after you use the bathroom. Wash with soap and warm, running water for at least 20 seconds:


  • Prepare Food.
  • Work with food that isn't already packaged.


  • Touch people or public surfaces.
  • Use the restroom.
  • Change a diaper.
  • Cough, sneeze or use a handkerchief or tissue.
  • Use tobacco, eat or drink.


Towels, toothbrushes or eating utensils.


Food, drinks, drugs or cigarettes that have been handled by a person with Hepatitis A.


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