Students, faculty and alumni expressed different concerns and agreements on the decision to not mandate vaccines for the fall.
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Between June 14 and 19, the Northeast Health District will be offering free COVID-19 vaccines at various sites around Athens, according to The Georgia Department of Public Health website.
As COVID-19 vaccines become more available throughout the Athens and University of Georgia communities, people are asking what activities they can resume.
The University Health Center will broaden eligibility for vaccines to include dependents of UGA faculty, staff and students.
The University of Georgia reported 18 COVID-19 cases over the week of April 26-May 2, a slight increase from the 15 cases a week before.
In this second story of The Red & Black staff’s experiences receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, our staff shares their vaccination stories from different locations, some as close as the UGA health center and some traveling even further.
Last week, Athens-Clarke County saw about the same number of new confirmed COVID-19 cases compared to the week before.
The University of Georgia reported 15 COVID-19 cases over the week of April 19-25, a significant decrease from the 36 cases a week before.