Orange County Florida Launches “I Got My Shot” COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign With Disney World and Universal Orlando Support

Orange County, Florida has launched its “I Got My Shot” COVID-19 vaccination campaign. Numerous “partners across the region” — including Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort — are helping to promote the campaign.

We need your help to protect our community against the COVID-19 virus and reach herd immunity as quickly as possible.

The ‘I Got My Shot’ public safety campaign is designed to debunk vaccine myths, highlight trusted voices in the community, and encourage residents to get vaccinated and become advocates. The campaign is a collaboration between the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, Orange County Government and partners across the region.

Orange County Florida “I Got My Shot” Website

With COVID-19 cases on the rise again in some areas of the country, reaching herd immunity is key. In Orange County, only 26.8% of all residents are vaccinated. At least 79% need to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity.

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“I Got My Shot” encourages Orange County residents to promote being vaccinated by sharing on social media. The campaign includes a Facebook profile photo frame and an #IGotMyShot hashtag to be used on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The “I Got My Shot” website dispels vaccine myths and promotes the county’s vaccination trailer, which brings shots to those who cannot go to vaccination clinics.

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Walt Disney World recently made vaccinations available at health service for Cast Members. WDWNT will continue to report on the vaccinations in Orange County, Florida.

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6 months ago

The sooner we can get everyone to population level immunity, the sooner everything can safely open up again. Florida, you’re in the bottom 10 states. Time to put the hustle on!