While the City of Alpharetta does not have a direct role in the fight against COVID-19, it is important that we serve as a conduit to verified and reliable information concerning the virus and testing and vaccination resources.  The City of Alpharetta sources the information we share on COVID-19 only from three professional public health agencies; the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Georgia Department of Public Health (GDPH), and Fulton County Board of Health.  This page has been created to provide a central location for that information; including links at the bottom of the page to finding vaccination locations, making an appointment to get vaccinated, and finding testing locations.

Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine

The Fulton County Board of Health is an enrolled COVID-19 vaccine provider and is providing the vaccine for the initial priority phases defined in Georgia’s Vaccine Plan.  Currently, vaccinations are available by appointment for individuals in Phase 1-A of the plan, which includes:

Medical practitioners and staff
First Responders
Adults age 65 and older (regardless of medical conditions) and their caregivers
Healthcare Personnel and Long-Term Care Facility staff and residents
Healthcare personnel and long-term care facility (LTCF)
Paid or unpaid people serving in healthcare settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials, including but not limited to:
Staff in clinical settings (nurses, physicians, EMS, laboratory, environmental services, etc.)
Long-term care facilities (LTCF) staff and residents

Residents 65 and older who would like assistance with scheduling an appointment can call the Fulton County Board of Health’s COVID-19 Hotline at 404-613-8150 or visit https://fultoncountyga.gov/covid-19/covid-vaccine
Vaccination Locator
Vaccination Appointments
Find a Testing Site
Get Tested
GA Dept of Public Health
Fulton County Covid Info