Bob Sapp gets vaccinated against COVID-19 in Cochran, Ga. on Monday January 25, 2021.
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Bob Sapp gets vaccinated against COVID-19 in Cochran, Ga. on Monday January 25, 2021.
Credit: Grant Blankenship/GPB

You have many options when looking to get vaccinated.

Option One: There are nine mass vaccination sites will be open in Bibb, Dougherty, Habersham, Fulton, Chatham, Ware, Washington, Bartow and Muscogee counties.  Click here to go to the site to register for vaccines at any of those mass vaccination locations.

 

Option Two: The Georgia Department of Public Health has a tool to help Georgians find health department appointments for the vaccine, medical practices or private pharmacies providers where the COVID-19 vaccine is in stock.  That includes major chain grocers and pharmacies like Kroger, Publix, Ingles, CVS,  Walmart, U Save It and Walgreens. All of those chains have their own appointment processes.  Click here for the Georgia DPH tool.

There's also a site built by computer scientist Nick Muerdter that helps you map open appointments at these private pharmacies no matter who they are with.

A screenshot from Nick Muerdter's Georgia Vaccine Spotter.
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A screenshot from Nick Muerdter's Georgia Vaccine Spotter.

 

It can be useful if appointments are hard to find near you and if you have reliable transportation to go somewhere else for the shoto. That's https://www.vaccinespotter.org/GA/