SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTGS) — A new program is launching in Savannah and Chatham County to help those who have not yet received a COVID-19 vaccine become more confident regarding the safety of the vaccine, know how to obtain a vaccine, and connect to transportation options.
According to a press release shared Tuesday, Chatham County, the City of Savannah, Gulfstream Aerospace and the Coastal Health District have joined forces with Hospice Savannah, Healthy Savannah, and United Way of the Coastal Empire to offer this free help to Coastal area residents, in particular those who may have concerns about the vaccine.
Anyone living in Chatham County can call 311 for free vaccination assistance starting Wednesday, April 14.
Representatives of the City of Savannah’s 311 helplines will answer questions callers may have about vaccines and how they can receive one. They can help with setting up a vaccine appointment and arranging free transportation to the state’s Mass Vaccination site at Gulfstream.
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