According to Gov. Kemp’s office, Georgia has administered 1.541 million vaccines, or 78 percent of what the state has received. Granted, the number is likely higher now considering that I missed this press release from a few days ago.
“We are working around the clock to ensure that as many of our frontline heroes and seniors can get the vaccine as soon as possible,” Kemp said in a release. “As we await increased supply from the federal government and vaccine manufacturers, we continue to urge all Georgians to protect themselves and their loved ones by following public health guidance.”
Georgia is currently in phase 1A+ of vaccine administration, which covers first responders, law enforcement, and people aged 65 and older.