Mass vaccination site set to open in Albany

The Albany Herald, Ga.
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Feb. 21—ALBANY — The Georgia Emergency Management Agency this week is establishing four mass COVID-19 vaccination sites around the state, including one in Albany. Vaccinations are for those who currently qualify for the expanded 1A-plus criteria.

Vaccinations will be administered by appointment only, Monday through Friday, starting Monday at the Georgia Forestry Site, 1150 West Oakridge Drive in Albany. Those who currently qualify include:

—Individuals 65 and older and their caregivers

—Health care personnel

—Long-term care facility residents and staff

—Law enforcement/fire/EMS personnel and 911 operators.

To make an appointment, visit myvaccinegeorgia.com. For additional information, call (844) 275-3428.

Gov. Brian Kemp visited the Albany vaccination site Sunday morning.

The state's other mass vaccination sites are located at:

— Delta Flight Museum: 1220 Woolman Place SW, Hapeville;

— Habersham County Fairgrounds: 4235 Toccoa Highway, Clarkesville;

— Macon Farmers Market: 2055 Eisenhower Parkway.