COVID-19 Vaccination

WHO CAN GET THE VACCINE?


All Georgians over the age of 12 are eligible to be vaccinated.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE

Please note that ONLY the Pfizer vaccine is approved for use in 12-17-year-olds. This vaccine requires two doses, 3 weeks apart.

A parent/guardian MUST accompany anyone under 18 years of age -OR- A parent or guardian MUST complete and sign THIS CONSENT FORM (versión en español) and send a PRINTED copy of it with your child. You may wish to review the Patient Information for the Pfizer Vaccine (English) prior to vaccination. Para la versión en español: HOJA INFORMATIVA PARA RECEPTORES Y PROVEDORES DE CUIDADO. For information in other languages visit the FDA Pfizer COVID Vaccine page.

You may schedule online or our local call center can assist you (706.340.0996). Please note that not all health departments will have Pfizer available at every event or date.

HOW DO I GET A VACCINE?


There are several ways to obtain your FREE COVID Vaccine:

AT YOUR LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT

COVID Vaccines are now available as a regular health department service. Clinics will be giving vaccines as a normal part of daily service on most days. Appointments may be made (click red button below) for those wishing to do so, but will also be available without an appointment most days. Supply can vary, so it is advisable to call the clinic before visiting to ensure the vaccine is available.

AT A SPECIAL OUTREACH EVENT

In addition to daily availability at local health department clinics, COVID-19 vaccinations will also be available at many community-based sites and events.

For assistance making, rescheduling, or canceling a COVID vaccine appointment, please call 706.340.0996.


To find other vaccine providers: CLICK HERE.

IF you are a HEALTHCARE ENTITY (hospital, clinic, private practice, long-term facility, etc)
AND you have the capacity to become a vaccine provider, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Looking for more information or links? Information on the specific vaccines? CLICK HERE

Last Updated on October 25, 2021

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