Cape City Leaders approve limited license to allow Curative to give out vaccines

Posted at 11:42 AM, Mar 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-03-04 11:45:10-05

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — City Leaders met at a City Council meeting yesterday to discuss the approval of a limited license to Curative to give out vaccines.

City Council approved the no-cost COVID-19 vaccine limited license agreement between the City and Curative Medical Associates, Inc. to deliver vaccines to individuals in our area.

The City entered into the no-cost agreement with Curative Medical Associates Inc. in 2020, to allow Curative to use City-owned property at Cultural Park for COVID-19 testing.

Curative was granted a limited license for the storage of vaccines and to provide flu and COVID-19 vaccines to the public.

Curative will operate COVID-19 vaccine administration teams, pursue partnerships with academic institutions and community organizations, and acquire all equipment necessary.

Curative will administer the vaccine and seek reimbursement from third-party payers, including the vaccine recipient’s health insurer, and federal and state government programs.

The vaccines will be given out at the same location COVID testing is taking place in Cape Coral.