As COVID-19 cases surge in Georgia, you may be curious to know how many of your friends and neighbors are vaccinated.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracks vaccination rates on a national, state and county level.
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To use the tracker, select your state and county for data specific to your area.
The table estimates the numbers and percentages for fully vaccinated people and people who have received at least one dose.
The table further breaks the numbers down into total population, population aged 12 years and older, population aged 18 years and older, and population aged 65 years and older by count and percentage for one vaccine dose vs fully vaccinated.
Not every county in Georgia will be available to check through the CDC. Where there is no information to report, the jurisdiction will appear as “no data” on the map.
For counties unavailable on the CDC’s county tracker, there is also a tracker on the Georgia Department of Public Health’s interactive vaccine dashboard.
On the county level, the GDPH tracks the number and percentage of population who has at least one dose or fully vaccinated (per 100,000 residents).
The dashboard does not have population ages broken down by county like the CDC tracker. It does provide statewide demographics based on sex, age, race and ethnicity.
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