While the CDC has declared an End to the Federal COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, it’s important that we remain vigilant. Though free vaccines may be available while federal stockpiles last, COVID-19 vaccines will now be provided through health insurance. Uninsured and underinsured individuals can continue to receive free COVID-19 resources through CDC’s Bridge Access Program.
Take the first step in protecting yourself by getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Locate accessible and free COVID-19 testing centers within Gwinnett.
If you experience mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms, there are treatments available that can help alleviate the severity of your illness.
Find current COVID-19 vaccination and booster options to determine which ones are the right choices for you.
Find out how developing a personal plan for you and your family can keep you safe.
Health Action Alliance offers trusted resources for employers to help develop policies and best practices to mitigate risks related to COVID-19.
If you received both doses of vaccine but did not receive a CDC vaccination card, you can receive one by visiting one of the Gwinnett health centers currently providing non-COVID immunizations. If you lost this documentation, our health centers can provide a copy of your immunization record.
If you’ve tested positive for COVID-19, it’s important to seek treatments and medications while also isolating yourself and taking precautions to prevent the spread of illness to others.
Gwinnett County is now providing assistance through OneStop 4 HELP, which guides residents in need through the process of finding and acquiring resources and assistance from nonprofits and other charitable organizations. Here are the resources we provide:
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