- Georgia: COVID-19 Vaccination Centers Announced Open Today in Atlanta
- These centers are located in Fulton, Habersham, Bibb and Dougherty counties
- The goal is to achieve a total of 1,100 vaccinations per day, according to the GEMA National Security official
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The state is opening four mass COVID-19 vaccination sites. The locations that are scattered across Georgia: in Fulton, Habersham, Bibb and Dougherty counties.
At the Fulton County location at the Delta Flight Museum, vaccinations began at 8 a.m.
Those with appointments will sign in and head to one of the five self-service lanes to get vaccinated. The goal is to administer a total of 1,100 vaccines today.
“Our goal is 1,100 per day for the first two weeks and then 2,000 per day after that, and depending on the dose we receive, we could increase there,” said Sherri Russo, GEMA Homeland Security Officer.
He also said that the most important thing is to make sure you register and have an appointment and bring your QR code to speed up the process considerably.
On Sunday, Governor Brian Kemp was in Albany visiting the Dougherty County vaccine location.
Kemp encouraged people to register with the state’s new vaccine portal, myvaccinegeorgia.com or call 1-844-275-3428, even if they are not eligible yet.
Vaccines are currently available to eligible individuals in Phase 1A, which includes people 65 and older and their caregivers, healthcare workers, law enforcement and emergency medical services personnel, and residents and long-care facility personnel. term.
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