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Click to purchase tickets for the Ed Turner and Number 9xsmb kết quả xổ số hôm nay concert at Evans Towne Center Park on May 29th. 

 

Currently, the dates and times for the COVID-19 vaccines are every Tuesday and Thursday at Euchee Creek Library (5907 Euchee Creek Drive, Grovetown) in Columbia County from 8:00a-3:00p.  You MUST have an appointment to receive the vaccine.

 

DO NOT COME EARLY. There is limited space and parking so please DO NOT arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your appointed time. If you arrive more than 15 minutes prior to your appointment, you will not be allowed to park or granted access until you are within 15 minutes of your designated appointment. 

 

To request a COVID-19 vaccination, contact the Department of Public Health-Columbia County Health Department by visiting .

 

If you have questions and concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccine please contact Columbia County Health Department directly at (706) 868-3330 or visit .  


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Car Seat Safety

Post Date:03/10/2021 1:00 PM

Child Passenger Safety:

  • GA Law says that children must be in some type of child restraint until age 8. That does not mean that age 8 is a magic number and ALL children that are 8 years of age can ride in a seat belt correctly.

  • Children should be rear facing until at least age 2 and keep them rear facing until they outgrow the seat.  Rear facing is much safer for the child’s neck and spine.  You should never put a rear facing child restraint in the front seat.

  • After age 2, (or when the child outgrows the rear facing seat) use a forward facing seat with a harness. Keep them in the harness seat until they outgrow the seat.

  • Booster Seat – not until at least age 4 and 40 lbs.  Keep the child in the booster seat until the child is at least 4’9 and 90-100 lbs.  How many 8 year olds are 4’9 and weigh 100 lbs.??

  • Never use a booster seat with a lap belt ONLY.  A booster seat must be used with a lap AND shoulder belt. 

  • Kids 12 and under should always ride in the back seat.

  • School buses are 8 to 10 times safer than passenger vehicles.

     

    5 Step Test for using the Seat Belt Only:

  • Seatbelt is across the shoulder and not the neck

  • Lower back and rear end is against the bight of the seat

  • Knees bend at the seat and feet do not stick out straight

  • Lap belt sits on thighs and hips and not the stomach

  • The child can ride like this the entire trip

     

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