In Photos: Augusta University Health launches vaccination clinic in Aiken County

A man getting a shot from a nurse.
A patient receives a COVID-19 vaccine at Augusta University Health's COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Augusta University Health has partnered with Aiken Technical College to increase the number of people vaccinated in the local area through a dedicated COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Aiken County.

AU Health announced the new location during a Feb. 5 press conference, which included remarks from Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, AU Health CEO Katrina Keefer, Aiken Technical College President Dr. Forest Mahan and South Carolina Sen. Tom Young, Jr.

Click through the slideshow below for photos of the event.

Vaccinations will be administered at Aiken Technical College’s Gregg-Graniteville Student Activities Center (900 Building) at 2276 Jefferson Davis Highway, with appointments made available as supply permits. Appointments will be available to members of the public meeting criteria for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control’s Phase 1a, including adults 65 and over. Eligible individuals must register in advance for an appointment on the AU Health website.

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