Publix has started offering COVID vaccine at 12 Georgia pharmacy locations as well as at select stores in three other states.

The Georgia stores are the latest COVID vaccination sites announced by Publix, which went live for appointments at 7 a.m. EST on Thursday. Vaccinations are being provided to eligible individuals in Georgia at stores located in Catoosa, Cobb, Columbia, DeKalb, Fayette, Fulton, Gwinnett, and Lowndes, while supplies last.

Publix is also vaccinating those that qualify for the COVID vaccine at select pharmacies in Florida, South Carolina, and Virginia.

The grocery chain said that other Georgia locations may be added to the distribution list for the COVID vaccine and could be added as vaccination sites at a later date as supplies of the shot allow.

To date, Georgia is currently vaccinating first responders, healthcare workers, those that are 65 and older and their caregivers, and residents and staff of long-term care facilities.

For those that are eligible for the COVID vaccine, Publix has set up an online reservation system at The system is open and taking appointments, which will begin on March 1. Appointments cannot be made by calling the store or pharmacy, Publix said.

Vaccines are being provided to eligible recipients at no charge. Individuals are asked to bring their insurance card to their appointment or Medicare Part B card. A driver’s license or Social Security number will be needed for those without health insurance.

Publix joins several retailers in offering COVID vaccines at their stores. Recently, Costco, Walmart, CVS, Kroger, RiteAid, and others have announced that they are offering the vaccine to eligible people in several states across the U.S.

A Publix Food & Pharmacy sign outside of a store where COVID-19 vaccinations were being administered on January 29, 2021 in Delray Beach, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images