Get your COVID-19 shot at Fulton County libraries today

LaShaun Williams
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FULTON COUNTY, GA — Fulton is ready to provide two doses of the Pfizer vaccines for everyone. And now, people can get COVID-19 vaccines from the Fulton Library from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Ten libraries are ready to host as a vaccination site. The participating libraries are the Washington Park Branch, Dogwood Branch, Evelyn G. Lowery, Adamsville-Collier Heights, East Point Branch, Fairburn Branch, Mechanicsville Branch, West End, Gladys S. Dennard, and Northwest Branch libraries.

You don’t have to be from Fulton to vaccinate in the libraries. You don’t even have to show your ID when vaccinated. There is also no need for a prior reservation. Just show up, show your arm, get the shot, and go home. The vaccine is safe and able to protect you and everyone you love.

Plus, the parking at all vaccination sites in Fulton is free of charge.

Everyone can get a Pfizer COVID 19 vaccine if they are older than 12. If you are 12 - 17 years old, you will not need to be accompanied by a parent. But a consent form signed by a parent is still required.

You can get the English consent form here:, and the Spanish form here:

Please bring the vaccine card for your next dose of vaccine. You can get the second dose a few weeks after the first one.

Some vaccination site offers the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. They are the 5710 Stonewall Tell Rd College Park, GA 30349, and 4700 North Point Parkway.

People in Georgia who are not able to travel to the vaccination site due to physical disabilities, mental disabilities, etc., may get their shot at home. Email to request the service or leave a voicemail request by calling 888-572-0112.

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