Every Georgia resident age 12 and above is eligible to be vaccinated. Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for those aged 12 to 17.
As of June 17, just 43.5% of Georgia adults are vaccinated, seventh-worst in the US (54.8% national average). 32 states exceed 50%; South Dakota, New Mexico, and Vermont exceed 60%, so it's possible to serve rural communities. Georgia can do better.
You can get vaccinated at a #CountMeIn mobile event, at participating pharmacies, and more. Find your location, get scheduled, and get counted.
* Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson on-site. Everyone age 12 and up can get vaccinated.
501 Pulliam Street Southwest, Atlanta, Georgia 30312, United States
10 am – 2 pm
THE CONVERSATION: An open, honest conversation between W. Kamau Bell and doctors, nurses, and researchers that aims to answer people’s questions about COVID-19 vaccines.
Video produced by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Black Coalition Against COVID.
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