Where Can I Get a Covid-19 Vaccination?

Are you one of the fifty percent of American adults who’ve yet to get vaccinated?  If so, you might be wondering:  exactly where can I get a Covid-19 vaccination?

While Augusta Oncology isn’t providing the vaccine itself, we know the importance of everyone getting vaccinated as soon as possible.  The vaccine is now readily available, and it’s safe & effective. Getting the vaccine will also help prevent you from getting seriously ill even if you do get Covid-19.

We want to share with you some valuable resources that will help you get your vaccination scheduled quickly and easily.

The Halfway Mark

It’s estimated that half of all adults in the United States have already gotten as least one Covid-19 shot.  That’s almost 130 million Americans who will soon be able to:

  • Gather indoors without masks with other people who are also fully vaccinated,
  • Gather indoors with unvaccinated people (of any age) from one other household without masks,
  • And travel throughout the United States without being tested after travel or having to self-quarantine.

We’ve made great progress, but there’s still more work to do!  Please do your part by getting your first shot scheduled today.

Finding Your Vaccine

There are several helpful resources that will enable you to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination nearly anywhere in the CSRA, including for South Carolina residents.  Using your computer, tablet or smartphone, please visit one of the following websites to get started:

Because the URL of these websites can be a bit tricky to remember, we’ve linked them here for your convenience:

Need a Hand?

Do you need assistance getting your vaccination scheduled?  Augusta Oncology is here to help you!  We want to do everything we can to help as many people as possible receive their vaccinations.  Please let us know if you’d like a team member to assist you and we’d be more than glad to lend a hand.

Protect Yourself, Protect Others

Ending the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic requires everyone to do their part.  Vaccination is an important tool in helping to stop the pandemic.

Thank you for doing your part to keep yourself and others safe!