South Central Health District moves to appointment only COVID-19 vaccinations

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The South Central Health District is requiring people who are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine make an appointment to get it.

Staff with the South Central Health District say appointments are now required after they received an “extreme volume” of calls about their drive thru vaccination clinics and they want to make sure people 65 and older are safe.

According to a news release from the South Central Health District, an appointment ensures that the clinic has enough vaccine supply and manages the traffic surrounding the clinic.

Starting Monday, South Central Health District residents that are 65 and older and their caregivers, those working in the district that are 65 and older, and healthcare
providers/first responders in the district can schedule an appointment by calling (478) 275-6570 or can begin the process of making an appointment online by visiting: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=DaEtURsHlEuKvJ7EBE0VFroGNoxjoWZOi_Rc_kFoD-dUMDc5UVZDMjZLRllXVDZITzRQOUlCWDlLRi4u

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