Georgia State Researchers Share ‘Best Practices’ For COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Thursday marked the first day all Georgians 16 years old and over are eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations.

Georgia joins a growing number of states, including Alaska and Mississippi, to make this move.

What lessons can be learned from other states when it comes to distributing vaccines efficiently and equitably?

On Thursday’s edition of “Closer Look,” host Rose Scott asked two Georgia State University researchers about this — Bill Rencher, senior research associate with the Georgia Health Policy Center, and Tanisa Adimu, assistant project director with the center.

To hear the full conversation, click on the audio player above.