The distribution of the covid-19 vaccine went smoothly Wednesday in Lawrence County.
According to a press release from the Lawrence County EMS, the state-mandated appointment system worked well, and wait times by the end of the session were less than 15 minutes.
Giles County Health officials reported no vaccine on Wednesday.
Tennessee continues efforts to administer covid 19 vaccinations as described in the state's covid 19 plan.
As of this week, Tennessee county health department staff members have administered more than 157 thousand vaccines.
Covid 19 vaccine supplies remain limited at this time and availability of vaccines varies by county.
Tennessee is currently working to vaccine phase 1a populations and individuals 75 years of age and older as vaccine supplies are available.
It is important to note Tennessee counties may progress through covid 19 vaccination phases at different times, depending on the supplies of covid 19 vaccines.
To learn what phase your county is in visit covid19.Tn.Gov/covid-19-vaccines.