61% of Gwinnett residents are fully vaccinated. We're making progress but still have a long way to go to achieve herd immunity. Get vaccinated and boosted today!
Only 59% of Gwinnett residents are fully vaccinated. We're making progress but still have a long way to go to achieve herd immunity. Get vaccinated and boosted today!
Only 49% of our Black community and 43% of our Hispanic/Latinx community are vaccinated. We have vaccine action teams working to build immunity in these communities. Contact us if you'd like to get involved!
We have health equity navigators that can bring great programs and services to your organization. Reach out and let's explore the opportunities!
COVID-19 vaccines do not negatively impact fertility or pregnancy. Vaccines actually provide much-needed protection to pregnant women and immunity to their babies.
The mRNA biotechnology has been proven and used medically since 1990. The only thing new is the sequencing to make it attack COVID-19.
The mRNA vaccines does not enter the nucleus of our cells nor do they alter our DNA.
Natural antibodies generated after you contract COVID-19 only provides protection for a very short time and doesn’t protect against different variants. Long-term protection can only be achieved by getting vaccinated.
You can still get COVID-19 after being vaccinated, but it will be a much milder case. Vaccines are made to protect against severe illness and death.
No work visas, proof of citizenship, or health insurance is required to get a vaccine. This is a global pandemic and the vaccine is available to everyone, unconditionally!
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Navigating the New Normal

Welcome to GwinnettCares.org!

Welcome to our online resource center and community of grassroots stakeholders actively and intentionally collaborating to help address real-time needs in our community.

Gwinnett Cares connects residents needing help to community-based organizations that can walk alongside them and help them regroup, revive and thrive.

Gwinnett Cares guides people with time, talent, and resources where we need them most so they can make the greatest impact.  

Gwinnett Cares amplifies the work of our local nonprofits and strategically helps streamline communication to Gwinnett’s population of a million+ people about the vital resources and services they provide.

As well, Gwinnett Cares leads the charge to align resources and provide trusted information to best care for our community through COVID-19.

NOTE: Gwinnett Cares is not a direct service provider and does not provide relief funds for people in need. Our role is to connect you to nonprofit agencies and service providers that specialize in the areas where you need support. Let’s get started!

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