Please click here to register in English or here to register in Spanish.
All ten counties now register for COVID-19 vaccines here.
Important: Vaccination eligibility expanded:
Effective tomorrow, 3-25-21, all Georgians 16 years of age and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination.
Important note: Pfizer is the only COVID vaccine approved for teens 16 and 17 years old. Please schedule an appointment at CVS or Walgreens or at one of the GEMA mass vaccination sites to ensure Pfizer vaccine is available.
Anyone 18 or older may be vaccinated at our South Central Health District sites.
Please note change: All counties now register here.
Attention: those who had an appointment for the COVID-19 Vaccine on March 18th. You should have received an email when you booked your original appointment. This email contained a QR code and scheduling confirmation. Please follow the steps in the picture below to reschedule your appointment. If you have trouble, please call our hotline: 478.275.6570.
South Central Health District is partnering with Mako Medical to provide testing. Please see picture below for more information. There is no out-of-pocket charge for testing, but those with insurance will be required to supply insurance information at the time of registration.
Pre-registration is required. Click Here to preregister.
FOR ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING COVID-19 VACCINES, PLEASE CALL THE GA COVID-19 VACCINE HOTLINE. FOR COVID-19 TESTING QUESTIONS, CALL THE SOUTH CENTRAL HEALTH DISTRICT HOTLINE .
GA COVID-19 VACCINE: 1-888-357-0169
SOUTH CENTRAL HEALTH DISTRICT (for testing questions):
In an effort to keep the public informed of the current impact COVID-19 is having in our ten-county health district, the South Central Health District will post a weekly update of the previous week’s cases each Monday. The following chart details the weekly confirmed COVID-19 cases by county. In addition, weekly and cumulative (total number of deaths since the pandemic began) deaths, by county, are also included. There is currently no definition of recovery for COVID-19; therefore, we cannot provide an accurate case count of those who have recovered. In addition, there is often a delay in the reporting of COVID-19 deaths as deaths are not reported in “real time”. The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases for the district is currently 15,336.
Need Data and Statistics?
The Georgia Department of Public Health has two ways to access Georgia’s public health data: