Gov. Holcomb announces vaccine rollout for those 80 and older
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Coronavirus vaccinations will start becoming available to Indiana residents 80 and older starting Friday as state health officials start expanding access to those shots.
The next vaccination steps announced Wednesday come after vaccinations of Indiana health care workers and nursing home residents and staffers last month.
State health officials said that they plan to start offering vaccinations in the coming weeks next to those 70 and older and then 60 and older.
Appointments for those 80 and older will be available in all 92 counties and can be made at the website ourshot.in.gov or by calling the state’s 2-1-1 telephone assistance service.