What You can Do After Vaccination


The CDC has issued guidelines for when you’ve been fully vaccinated.

See the guidelines by clicking the following link: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/fully-vaccinated.html

Current Vaccine Eligibility Information


All Georgians aged 18 and older are eligible for the Moderna, Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.

Children aged 12-17 are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.

The current eligibility requirements can be found at https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine

Getting the Vaccine


Right now we will not be able to carry the vaccine. If you meet the eligibility requirements, here are places we know that are offering the vaccine.

The CDC has introduced a nationwide search page for vaccine locations: https://www.vaccines.gov/

Pharmacies (Click pharmacy name for scheduling info)

Kroger

Publix Pharmacy

Walgreens

CVS

Ingles Pharmacy

Sam’s Club

Walmart

Northside Hospital

The hospital will be vaccinating at the Cherokee County Administrative building in the Bluffs. Schedule an appointment at https://www.northside.com/covid-19

Your Local Health Department

You can also get the vaccination at a Health Department site in the district you live or work.


Call the state wide Health Department scheduling number at 1-888-457-0186. Monday – Friday 8 AM – 8 PM ET, Saturday – Sunday 8 AM – 5 PM ET.

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Call the North Georgia Health District Vaccine Scheduling number at 1-888-881-1474. Monday – Fri 8:15AM to 4:30PM

Find Another Location

Search for other locations using the GA Health Department vaccine locator: https://dph.georgia.gov/locations/covid-vaccination-site

Or using the CDC nationwide search page:

https://www.vaccines.gov/

Other FAQ


Q. Did you get the vaccine?

A. Yes, Dr. Neely and her staff received the Moderna vaccine.

Q. Did you have any side effects?

A. Our arms were a little sore for a few days after the injection. But we had no other side-effect.

Q. Do I still need to get the vaccine if I already had COVID-19?

A. Yes. Re-infection is possible. You should wait until after your illness has resolved and after you have met the criteria to discontinue isolation. Because re-infection within 90 days after initial infection is uncommon, you may delay vaccination until the end of that 90-day period if desired.

Q. How quickly does the immunity start working after I have had the vaccine?

A. It usually takes a few weeks to build up immunity after a vaccination.

Q. Can the COVID-19 vaccine make me sick with COVID-19?

A. No. None of the authorized vaccines contain the live virus.

Q. Do I still need to wear a mask after I get vaccinated?

A. YES! While we are still in a pandemic we need to continue to use all available tools to try and stop the pandemic. This includes masks, washing our hands often and practicing social distancing.