With most Georgians eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, and the state’s supply of doses flowing beyond private pharmacies, county health departments and mass vaccination sites,... Middle Georgia colleges begin vaccinating staff, students

With most Georgians eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, and the state’s supply of doses flowing beyond private pharmacies, county health departments and mass vaccination sites, Georgia colleges and universities have started administering the vaccine to students, faculty and staff.  Some universities are opening their vaccination clinics to the general public as well. None have yet announced whether they’ll mandate vaccines for students, faculty and staff beginning in the fall.

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