Vaccinations!!! Like an elixir, these days this treatment seems to be the only hope for humanity. It is perhaps the most important thing to focus on right now. With vaccinations, we could get our lives and our economy back on track.
While having that in mind, in the US, Delta Flight Museum near the Atlanta International Airport will be one of Georgia’s largest COVID-19 vaccination centres from next week.
The airline publicized that the museum and general offices building is going to be offering vaccinations on Feb. 22. This centre will become one of four COVID-19 vaccination sites in the state.
Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in his interview that “We’re proud to partner with Governor Kemp and his team to accelerate vaccinations and save the lives of countless Georgians. We hope this model can serve as a blueprint that can be replicated in other states.”
The program is precisely aiming to vaccinate those Georgians who live near the airport. They will be able to receive vaccinations via a drive-through lane or inside the centre.
However, others could also register online to receive the vaccines. The vaccination program is currently open to Georgia residents or those who work in Georgia. People aged 65 and older, healthcare workers, caregivers, residents and staff at long-term care facilities, law enforcement, firefighters, and first responders should be put first. Although, as the state expands vaccination terms, registration will open to others.
Earlier this month, the airline announced that it would still block the middle seat onboard flights.
Bastian continued that while he is optimistic this will be a year of recovery. The uncertainty of the pandemic means that they need to be quick and ready to adjust their course and get along with an ever-changing environment.