COVID-19 vaccination rates for Georgia counties

Note to readers: The data on this page may be incomplete or not available due to a problem with the Georgia DPH data online. DPH temporarily took its COVID-19 vaccine dashboard offline, blaming ongoing system and data issues, the AJC reported on March 25.

The maps below show current rates* of coronavirus vaccinations administered at sites in each Georgia county. People often travel across county lines to get vaccinated, so the rates shown are informative but not absolute. For example, Miller County in southwest Georgia has a tiny population, but it has a hospital, a care center and a health department that received thousands of vaccine doses and probably administered many to residents of neighboring counties. The vaccines administered in Georgia so far include Pfizer’s and Moderna’s. This page will update daily.

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