Vaccine

District 2 Public Health recently announced there may be some appointment changes due to late shipments of COVID-19 vaccine. Hall County is part of District 2 Public Health.

"The winter weather across much of the nation has interrupted the shipment of COVID-19 vaccines to Georgia," District 2 leaders said.

Those who have scheduled an appointment will still receive a vaccination.

But the vaccine delay may affect some residents who have scheduled either first or second-dose appointments.

Public health leaders said they may need to reschedule some appointments until more vaccine arrives. If your appointment is rescheduled, public health will contact you and give you a new time to come for your COVID-19 vaccination. If you are not contacted, then your appointment will be at the scheduled time.

As soon as scheduled first-and-second-dose appointments are satisfied, and more vaccine is on-hand, public health will begin making new appointments.

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