State officials announced last week Georgians 65 and older could get the vaccine — provided there is adequate supply available. Many Georgians, though, have complained that their calls go unanswered at some county health offices and websites don’t work. Some county health department stopped scheduling new appointments because they don’t have enough doses to meet the demand.
Kemp said at a midday news conference the state Department of Public Health will post information online to better direct those eligible to get vaccinated to location sites. A spokeswoman for Kemp said Friday afternoon DPH will have updated information on their website by early next week. The governor also said starting today, and through this weekend, there will be four mass vaccination sites for health care workers in Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties.