Some home health workers tell WPBF 25 News that they are still struggling to book an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. In January, WPBF 25 News spoke to several home health workers who were unable to book an appointment for the vaccine. Shayna Adaniel, Brightstar Care’s director of customer service in Delray Beach, says she still can’t book an appointment. She says several nurses who work for Brightstar Care in Delray Beach are also having trouble booking appointments. Even if more people are eligible for the vaccine and more vendors are delivering the vaccine, she couldn’t make an appointment for “I think it’s a bit daunting, very disappointing, and very confusing,” Adaniel said. “I’m not sure how the county or State Department categorize or strategize who will get this vaccine first as I’ve seen many teachers who have already received it when health care workers with direct patient exposure were active on a waiting list for more than.” three months. “I’m not sure if there is any way to point the blame or point your fingers at this point. Everyone is doing their best. ”WPBF 25 News reached out to the Florida Department of Health to learn how the state is prioritizing appointments for domestic workers, but we haven’t received a response at this point.

Some home health workers tell WPBF 25 News that they are still struggling to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine.

In January, WPBF 25 News spoke to several home health workers who were unable to book an appointment for the vaccine. Shayna Adaniel, Brightstar Care’s director of customer service in Delray Beach, says she still can’t book an appointment. She says several nurses who work for Brightstar Care in Delray Beach are also having trouble booking appointments.

She says that despite the fact that more people are eligible for the vaccine and more providers are delivering the vaccine, she couldn’t get an appointment for a vaccine

“I think it’s a bit daunting, really disappointing and really confusing,” said Adaniel. “I’m not sure how the county or the State Department categorize or strategize who gets this vaccine first as I’ve seen many teachers who have received it when health care workers with direct patient exposure were on a waiting list for over three Months.

“I’m not sure if there is any way to blame or point your fingers at this point. Everyone is doing their best.”

WPBF 25 News reached out to the Florida Department of Health to see how the state is prioritizing appointments for domestic workers, but we haven’t received a response at this point.