SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Students in the University System of Georgia (USG) now have access to 16 COVID-19 vaccination sites on campuses across the state.
According to USG, students can schedule a shot at the campus closest to them, whether or not it’s where they’re enrolled. Incoming students can also take advantage of the sites.
Locally, this includes students at Savannah State and Georgia Southern universities.
USG is not making the vaccine mandatory, but faculty, staff, students and visitors are “strongly” encouraged to get the shot.
Officials say campuses have already administered tens of thousands of vaccine doses and will continue to ensure shots are available.
Visit the USG Vaccination Locator online or take a look below at the information for sites in Savannah and Statesboro.
Officials say USG has been working closely with the Georgia Department of Public Health to establish the sites. Anyone with questions can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Savannah State University:
- King Frazier Student Center (3219 College Street)
- Pfizer vaccine
- Register online in advance
Georgia Southern University:
- University Health Service (984 Plant Drive)
- Moderna vaccine on Wednesdays
- Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Thursdays
- Appointments must be made at 912-478-2273 or email@example.com