Georgia administers over two-thirds of shipped Covid-19 doses, outpacing national average


As of Friday night, Jan. 29, the state of Georgia has administered over two-thirds of shipped doses of COVID-19 vaccine at 67.13 percent, outpacing the national average of 56.66 percent, according to Georgia Governor Brian Kemp.

“This marks an important milestone in Georgia’s vaccination efforts, but make no mistake: we are not letting up,” said Kemp. “We will continue to work diligently alongside providers and public health facilities across the state to administer this life-saving vaccine quickly and effectively. Together, we will beat this virus and ensure a safe and swift return to normal for the people of Georgia.”

As of 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 29, Georgia’s vaccination numbers were as follows:

• 887,399 total doses administered.

• +50,881 doses reported since Thursday, January 28.

• 67.13 percent administered of total doses shipped.

To find participating veccine sites and to view the Georgia Department of Public Health’s Covid-19 Vaccine Dashboard, click here.