Covid-19 Vaccines at Georgia Tech

Covid-19 vaccination at Georgia Tech.

We now have a powerful new tool in the fight against the coronavirus. Covid-19 vaccines are available at Georgia Tech for those who are eligible.

9 Things to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccines.

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Vaccine Rollout Plan as of March 24, 2021

The Institute has been working diligently with the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) to develop a vaccine rollout plan for the entire campus community. On March 23, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that the state would expand the current criteria for vaccine eligibility beginning Thursday, March 25, to include all adults ages 16 and older.

This recent announcement does not affect those who have already been declared eligible to receive the vaccine.

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Vaccine Eligibility and Appointments

  • Georgia Tech is following the vaccine eligibility guidelines set by the Georgia Department of Public Health.
  • If you are eligible, you will need to register for a vaccination appointment using MyTest.gatech.edu – the same system currently used for Covid-19 surveillance testing.  
  • To register for a vaccine appointment, follow these instructions: How to Schedule a Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment.
  • We will continue to open appointments as additional vaccine becomes available. To receive notifications when new appointments are available, you may subscribe to updates at mytest.status.gatech.edu.
    Please note: While highly encouraged, it is not mandatory for staff, faculty, or students to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
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Vaccine Clinic Location

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Continue to Test. Mask. Distance.

  • Routine testing is recommended – even for individuals undergoing vaccination. You should also continue practicing mitigation strategies to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, including wearing a mask, social distancing, avoiding large gatherings, and diligent handwashing.
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About the Vaccine

Georgia Tech Biomedical Engineering professors Phil Santangelo and James Dahlman discuss how the COVID-19 vaccine is made and how it works.