Indiana Residents Aged 16+ Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

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All Indiana residents aged 16 and older will be eligible to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccination starting March 31. Gov. Eric Holcomb made this decision on Tuesday, March 23 after being notified by the federal government that the state of Indiana will receive an increased supply of vaccine doses during the last week of March.

Gov. Holcomb also provided that, beginning the month of April, additional immunization clinics will be opened.

It is unclear how this will affect campus. Out-of-state and international students will be able to receive the vaccine once they are eligible.

Eligible Indiana residents and students can schedule an appointment via ourshot.in.gov.