District 2 Public Health reminds all parents that children entering kindergarten, middle school and high school are required to have certain vaccinations and not all children are up-to-date on their shots. To help ensure all children get their vaccines, District 2 Health Departments will hold special clinics for school immunizations.
Click on the link above for the complete schedule.
Vaccines are recommended for adults based on age, health conditions, job, and other factors.
No personal information will be retained by CDC. * This vaccine assessment tool applies to adults 19 years or older.
The work of the Immunization Program is carried out through the efforts of trained State staff and through partnership and collaboration with medical organizations, other state agencies, and community coalitions.
The work of the Immunization Program is carried out through the efforts of trained State staff and through partnership and collaboration with medical organizations, other state agencies, and community coalitions. (Source: Immunization Section of GA DHR, Division of Public Health)
Georgia Department of Public Health
FAQs about immunization
GA Department of Human Resources Division of Public Health has a list of frequently asked questions such as “how do I get a copy of my immunization record?”
CDC Childhood Immunization Scheduler
Get a vaccination schedule for your children, based on their birth dates.
CDC Parent Guide to Childhood Immunization
The Parents Guide to Childhood Immunization is a 94-page booklet introducing parents to 12 childhood diseases and the vaccines that can protect children from them.