As of March 25, every Georgia resident over the age of 16 is eligible to be vaccinated. Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for those aged 16 or 17.
As of April 13, just 19.6% of Georgia adults are vaccinated, worst in the US, compared to the 28.6% national average. States like Alaska, South Dakota, and Maine all exceed 25%, so it’s possible to serve rural communities. Georgia can do better.
You can get vaccinated through your county Department of Public Health, at a participating pharmacy, or at any of the eight* mass vaccination sites in Georgia. Schedule online, by email, or over the phone.
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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