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Georgia vaccinates 1 million people, state allocation of vaccines to increase next week

Wednesday, Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp, announced that the state has given 1 million COVID-19...
Wednesday, Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp, announced that the state has given 1 million COVID-19 vaccinations so far.(WRDW)
Published: Feb. 3, 2021 at 7:27 PM CST
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GEORGIA. (WCTV) - Wednesday, Georgia Governor, Brian Kemp announced that the state has given 1 million COVID-19 vaccinations so far.

By Wednesday, evening, the state will have given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 500,000 Georgia seniors.

This comes in an effort to revert the Georgia back to its “normal” state. “We’re on the right path to getting Georgians back to normal,” Gov. Kemp said.

However, vaccine supply in the state is still lacking, according to the governor.

“The Georgia vaccine supply continues to not meet the demand we have in the community. Our demand is drastically outpacing the supply that we’re seeing in our state,” Gov. Kemp added

While supply is lacking, the state will begin to receive 154,000 allocations of the week, starting next week.

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