Who is eligible to get vaccinated ?

  • Everyone age 12 and older
  • Third doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are recommended for certain immunocompromised people.

Covid Vaccine Information

Where can I get vaccinated in Georgia ?

Federal and state-run vaccination sites: You can use the health department's website to find a site near you or make an appointment. A complete list of vaccine locations is available on the state’s vaccine site locator, which covers hospitals, local health departments, local pharmacies, drugstores, and mass vaccination sites. You can set up an appointment online or call 888-457-0186. Georgia's COVID-19 data dashboard is tracking how many people have been vaccinated in the state.

    Pharmacies, including some CVS, Walgreens and Walmart locations, don’t require appointments for vaccinations. But if you'd prefer to schedule your shot in advance, follow the links to book online. A list of independent pharmacies offering vaccinations is available on the state COVID-19 website.
    Homebound Georgians can request a COVID-19 vaccination in their home. Email the health department at and include the following information: name, date of birth, address, and phone number or call 888-457-0186.

    The federal government’s vaccines website,, lets you search for vaccination sites by zip code, with links to appointments. Get the same information by texting your zip code to 438829 or by calling 800-232-0233 (TTY: 888-720-7489).

    Many transit agencies are offering free or discount rides to and from vaccination sites.

    Veterans Affairs facilities are vaccinating veterans, spouses and veteran caregivers. You can sign up with VA.

    A federally-backed online tool called VaccineFinder lets you search for vaccination sites by zip code, with links to appointments.

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