Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Augusta University Health's community clinics to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to underserved areas could serve as a "model for other areas around the state" during a visit Feb. 25.
The new Washington Square shopping center location, as well as pop-up community clinics in area churches, are funded by a $2 million joint donation by the Augusta National Golf Club and the Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area.
Augusta University faculty and staff are asked to respond to a voluntary and anonymous survey pertaining to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Augusta University Health opened a new vaccine clinic Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Washington Square shopping center on Washington Road.
Augusta National and the Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area will provide matching $1 million contributions, resulting in a joint donation of $2 million to further support AU Health’s vaccination efforts.
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Drs. Brooks Keel, Phillip Coule and Neil MacKinnon held a town hall to discuss plans for COVID-19 vaccines and to answer questions.
Augusta University Health is partnering with local churches and the Georgia Department of Public Health to provide greater access to COVID-19 vaccines and education through clinics at places of worship.