We recently started publishing data about county COVID-19 vaccine and allocation data. You can view that dashboard here.
Since the publication of that dashboard, the state Department of Public Health has moved to "Phase 1A+" which allows residents 65 and over to get vaccinated. However, in Georgia, as in many states, vaccinations are handled by "local public health" departments (rather than be coordinated via the state health department). Given that Georgia has 159 counties, finding who to call to make your vaccine reservation was less than clear. Grant Blankenship, a reporter at Georgia Public Broadcasting, created this handy map to show counties (color coordinated by health region) and how to find out more information on where to make your vaccine reservations.
(re-published with Grant's permission because he is a real swell dude)