Delivery Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Access In Rural Georgia
COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to anyone 16 or older in Georgia, which is good news. But just because you are eligible to get vaccinated doesn’t mean it’s easy.
In rural areas and in cities, there are still obvious, and not so obvious, barriers to vaccine access. So what about taking vaccines on the road?
Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Grant Blankenship takes us to the town of Preston in southwest Georgia.
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