Governor Kemp Announces Expanded Vaccine Eligibility Starting March 15
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced Wednesday (March 10) expanded eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations. On March 15, vaccination criteria will expand to include Georgians aged 55 and older and individuals with disabilities and certain medical conditions.
For a complete list of health conditions that qualify for vaccination effective March 15, visit dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine
If supply allows, vaccine eligibility is expected to open to all adults in April. Over the past 30 days, the state has administered more than one million vaccines, and on March 17, a total of nine state mass vaccination sites will be operational. To register for a vaccine at one of these sites, visit MyVaccineGeorgia.com
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