About the Vaccines

Vaccine & Medicine
  • The CDC has introduced the Bridge Access Program which will continue to provide free COVID-19 vaccines and treatments to those who are uninsured or underinsured from this Fall until December of 2024. Learn more.
  • See Bridge Access Program Overview

Requirements for Vaccine:

  • None, you don’t need insurance, citizenship, or payment

Patient Safety - English, Spanish, Korean & Vietnamese

One of the best research tools we have related to side-effects of the COVID-19 vaccines is the VSafe app designed so we can all report back any ill-effects or reactions we have to the vaccines. This allows medical experts to react quickly if new trends develop.

Do you have a COVID-19 Action Plan?

Learn how to develop a personal plan for you and your family. EnglishSpanish

5 Effective Messaging Strategies to Encourage Vaccinations

Understanding the COVID-19 Vaccine Approval Process

Need a Replacement Vaccination Card?

If you received both doses of vaccine but did not receive a CDC vaccination card, you can receive one by visiting one of the Gwinnett health centers currently providing non-COVID immunizations. All our health centers, except Buford, can assist you with obtaining a card. You’ll need to bring proof of COVID-19 vaccination you received at both vaccine appointments. If you lost this documentation, our health centers can provide a copy of your immunization record. Visit gnrhealth.com/locations/ for more information.

Vaccines in the Workplace: Employer Resources

Health Action Alliance offers trusted resources for employers to help develop policies and best practices to mitigate risks related to COVID-19.

Multilingual COVID-19 Resources

Have More Questions?
Gwinnett's COVID-19 Data
Gwinnett Health Department COVID-19 Resources

Haven’t been vaccinated yet? Get your COVID-19 vaccine today!

Gwinnett offers you a multitude of sites to make it quick and easy.