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COVID-19 vaccines

Veterans can receive their COVID-19 Vaccines at all locations with no appointment needed during regular business hours. Contact your care team for more information or to make an appointment.

The Miami VA offers COVID-19 vaccines at all locations Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (West Flagler location) Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., except for federal holidays.

We are offering all brands of COVID-19 vaccine booster shots throughout the healthcare system to those who meet the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) criteria to receive the booster.

To schedule an appointment, call 305-575-7000 or contact your care team.

For more information, please visit the VA COVID-19 Vaccine website:


COVID-19 Testing

The federal government has paused it's program  sending free COVID-19 testing kits to Americans, effective September 2. 

If you need a COVID-19 Test, the resources below are available:

  • The Miami VA Healthcare System offers COVID-19 testing to Veterans enrolled in VA health care. Appointments are required. Veterans can call 305-575-7000 or contact your care team to schedule an appointment.
  • At-Home Tests at Retailers and Pharmacies: At-⁠home tests are available for sale around the U.S. Check with local retailers and pharmacies to see where at-⁠home tests are available.
  • Insurance Reimbursement for At-Home Tests: If you have health insurance through an employer or Marketplace, your insurance will pay you back for 8 at-⁠home tests each month for each person on your plan. Learn more about insurance reimbursement (scroll to #3)
  • 15,000+ Free Testing Sites: No-cost antigen and PCR COVID-⁠19 tests are available to everyone in the U.S., including the uninsured, at more than 20,000 sites nationwide. Find resources in your state