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County-by-County: How to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Southeast Georgia

Residents who are 65 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. The process may vary by county.

GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. — *This story will be continually updated as counties release their public vaccinations plan and make changes.

Counties in Georgia are beginning the process of distributing the COVID-19 vaccine to residents.

RELATED: County-by-County: Where people 65 and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine on the First Coast

All adults are eligible to receive the Johnson & Johnson or Moderna vaccine, and children age 12 and older can receive the Pfizer vaccine. The following are vaccine protocols in counties covered by First Coast News.

For a list of other vaccine providers state-wide, visit dph.ga.gov

Brantley County

Residents in Brantley County, along with all counties in the Southeast Health District, are being offered the Moderna vaccine. 

To get the vaccine, eligible residents must set up an appointment by calling 1-855-473-4374. Once they set up an appointment, they must fill out a form that can be be found online.

The health department will tell you where you need to go to receive the vaccine over the phone when you set up your appointment.

More information is also available at https://www.sehdph.org/covid-19.

Camden County

Thursday, Aug. 5:
A vaccine clinic is taking place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Camden County Rec Center/PSA in Kingsland. You do not need an appointment, but you can schedule one if you wish by clicking here.

  • Publix

Publix stores across select counties in the State of Georgia are now offering vaccines. Camden County is one of the counties participating.

People may book appointments by following this link.

More information is also available at www.gachd.org/covidvaccine/.

Several free COVID-19 testing and vaccine events are scheduled this week in response to an unprecedented surge of COVID-19 cases in Camden County.

The COVID-19 transmission rate in Camden County increased almost 1000% in the month of July, fueled in part by the highly contagious Delta variant and low vaccination rates.

Anyone who has not yet been vaccinated is urged to do so as soon as possible. Free vaccine is available for anyone age 12 and older, regardless of insurance. The following vaccination events will be held this week, and no appointment is necessary.

Wednesday, August 4 

  • Camden County Rec Center/PSA, 1050 Wildcat Dr., Kingsland 12p-6p, Pfizer and J&J (age 12+) 

Thursday, August 5

  • Camden County Rec Center/PSA, 1050 Wildcat Dr., Kingsland 9a - 3p, Pfizer and J&J (age 12+) 
  • Camden County Health Department, 905 Dilworth St., St. Marys 9a-11:30a and 1p-5p, Moderna (age 18+)
  • Camden County Health Department, 1501 Georgia Ave., Woodbine 9a-11:30a, Moderna (age 18+) 

Friday, August 6

  • St. Marys First Presbyterian Church, 100 Conyers St. West, St. Marys 10a-1p, Pfizer and J&J (age 12+)

Charlton County

Residents in Charlton County, along with all counties in the Southeast Health District, are being offered the vaccine. 

To get the vaccine, eligible residents must set up an appointment by calling 1-855-473-4374. Once they set up an appointment, they must fill out a form that can be be found online.

The health department will tell you where you need to go to receive the vaccine over the phone when you set up your appointment.

More information is also available at https://www.sehdph.org/covid-19.

Glynn County

You can tap this link to schedule an appointment to receive the vaccine at Walmart.

Southeast Georgia Health System is offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine appointments for residents meeting current eligibility criteria at their Brunswick and Kingsland Vaccine Clinics. Appointments can be scheduled online here.

More information is also available at www.gachd.org/covidvaccine/.

Pierce County

Residents in Pierce County, along with all counties in the Southeast Health District, are being offered the Moderna vaccine. 

To get the vaccine, eligible residents must set up an appointment by calling 1-855-473-4374. Once they set up an appointment, they must fill out a form that can be be found online.

The health department will tell you where you need to go to receive the vaccine over the phone when you set up your appointment.

More information is also available at https://www.sehdph.org/covid-19.

Ware County

Residents in Ware County, along with all counties in the Southeast Health District, are being offered the Moderna vaccine. 

To get the vaccine, eligible residents must set up an appointment by calling 1-855-473-4374. Once they set up an appointment, they must fill out a form that can be be found online.

The health department will tell you where you need to go to receive the vaccine over the phone when you set up your appointment.

More information is also available at https://www.sehdph.org/covid-19.

As of February 1, all COVID-19 testing services by the Coastal Health District will shift to two regional testing sites. All testing through public health will be offered in Chatham and Glynn Counties. Public Health will no longer offer COVID-19 testing in Bryan, Camden, Effingham, Liberty, Long, and McIntosh counties.