Currently Vaccinating Phases
1A, 1B and anyone 65+
Who is 1A, 1B and anyone 65+
PHASE 1A includes:
- EMS, medical first responders, healthcare workers, and residents in long-term care facilities.
- Now includes workers and those who have direct patient contact and who conduct high-risk procedures (e.g. dentists, endoscopy, dialysis, mortuary service). This group has been reclassified by MDHHS to be more consistent with the federal interpretation of the ACIP guidance.
PHASE 1B includes:
- Persons age 75 and older
- Police officers
- Frontline city, county, state or federal workers
- Jail and prison staff, or adult/child protective services
- Pre-K-12 teachers and childcare providers
- Homeless shelter staff or volunteers
- Food processing workers (which includes ONLY: meat processing/meat packing plant, processing of fruits or vegetables, dairy processing, animal feed/animal feed ingredient manufacturing, beverage production, production of food packing)
- Migrant or seasonal farm workers (includes: workers involved in raising, cultivation, harvesting, packing, storing, and distributing)
- Grocery store workers
- Critical manufacturing workers
- Public transit workers
- U.S. Postal service workers or other delivery service workers
- Workers with unique skill set not covered above (includes non-hospital laboratories and veterinarians
PHASE 1C Group A includes:
- Individuals age 65 to 74 years
Where to Go
NMC’s Hagerty Center, 715 E Front St. To schedule an appointment please go to gtcountycovid19.com/vaccine, make sure you are included in the current vaccination group and click the schedule button below. When you come to your appointment, please be sure to bring your driver’s license, insurance card, and work ID so the GTCHD can verify your place of employment. There will be delays in getting more vaccine to our region, please be patient and check back often for scheduling availability. **Please note, you can only schedule vaccines online, there is no in person registration at the Hagerty Center.**
Review the timeline below to determine what group you’re in and when the vaccine may be available to you and your loved ones. Then make plans accordingly to get you vaccination. The anticipated implementation schedule for moving through the CDC Phases is provisional and will change over time. So be sure to check back often.
Currently, appointments are scheduled based on the number of vaccine doses received from the state each week. By scheduling an appointment, you are certifying that you qualify for the current vaccine group. Individuals who schedule an appointment but do not qualify for one at this time will be turned away from their scheduled appointment.