Georgia COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Information

If you are eligible to get the vaccine in Georgia, we recommend pursuing every chance possible as vaccine supply is limited. We have put together some places for vaccine availability below, but there may be more than these options available.

All Georgians over 16 years old are eligible to sign up for the vaccine.

    1. Use one of Georgia’s nine mass vaccination sites (closing soon): Please note that these sites will only be giving 2nd shot Pfizer vaccines and Johnson and Johnson vaccines beginning May 3rd, 2021.  You must register for an appointment at one of these sites. Those eligible for the vaccine can view the sites and register by visiting This website will only register you for an appointment at one of the nine mass vaccination sites.  Each site also has a phone hotline.
    2. Get vaccinated at your local health department: There is a statewide vaccine appointment system that you can use to schedule a vaccine here.
    3. To see you options for being vaccinated at a local pharmacy, click here.
    4. To register for the mass vaccination site at Mercedes-Benz stadium, or another site in Fulton County, go here. 
    5. Northside Hospital is offering vaccinations at various locations in North Fulton, Forsyth and Gwinnett Counties. Click here for scheduling.
    6. For the Macon area: You can find vaccination appointments through the Navicent health system here.
    7. For Northeast Georgia, you can sign up through your local health department here.
    8. If you have a primary care physician: Contact them and let them know your vaccine eligibility and see if they will have vaccine available.
    9. Find a specific vaccine at a pharmacy near you: The website will help you find a vaccine site near you, but it only shows commercial pharmacy vaccine sites (CVS, Kroger pharmacy, etc.)
    10. Through Kaiser Permanente: You can register for an appointment with Kaiser Permanente if you are eligible, even if you are not enrolled in healthcare coverage through Kaiser Permanente. View their website here, and follow the instructions to create an account and set up and appointment.
    11. Get vaccinated at your local Kroger: Some Kroger stores have vaccine appointments. You can see more here: . To find a vaccine through another grocery store or pharmacy, visit this page from the Georgia Department of health to see other commercial vaccine distributors.
    12. The state Department of Health also has a list of all public and private healthcare distributors by county and you can find it here. Please note this is only a list of locations, not a scheduling tool, and each location has its own scheduling process. The location profile should have information on how to make an appointment.