Gwinnett residents who have chronic health conditions won’t need a doctor’s note to prove they are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine if they get... Gwinnett health officials won’t require documentation on health conditions

Gwinnett residents who have chronic health conditions won’t need a doctor’s note to prove they are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine if they get the shot from the county’s health department, a spokesman for the Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale Health Departments has confirmed. Georgia is expanding the eligibility to get vaccinated, starting on Monday, to include people with a wide range of chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, heart conditions, sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis or kidney or liver disease.

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