All Georgia Adults will be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine Shots from Thursday
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- All Georgia adults can receive a COVID-19 vaccine shot beginning Thursday, Gov. Brian Kemp said as he announced the expansion of vaccine eligibility in the state
- The expansion will allow all Georgians age 16 and over to receive coronavirus vaccines
- This comes nearly two weeks after the state expanded eligibility to cover people age 55 and older and those suffering from high-risk medical conditions
- About 1.1 million Georgians have been fully vaccinated, and more than 2million have received at least one dose
- Georgia joins a small group of states, including Mississippi and Alaska, that have expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to cover all adults