Georgia is opening up four mass vaccination sites to inoculate people against COVID-19. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said at a news conference Thursday the sites will be up and running on Monday.
They will be in Albany, Macon, Habersham County and at the Delta Flight Museum around Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. Kemp said the sites will be strategically located near underserved populations. The goal is for the sites to have the capacity to administer 22,000 vaccines a week, with the ability to increase capacity when additional supplies become available.