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Indiana Veterans Can Now Register For COVID-19 Vaccines Through VA

By Emma Atkinson, IPB News | Published on in Government, Health, Military
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Veteran Health Indiana announced Thursday it will begin vaccinating Hoosier veterans at Veterans Affairs clinics across the state next week.

VA clinics in Bloomington, Indy West, Martinsville, Shelbyville, Terre Haute, Wakeman, and West Lafayette will offer the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. All Indiana veterans who are 18 or older and enrolled in VA health care are eligible for the shot.

CURRENT INDIANA COVID-19 VACCINE ELIGIBILITY INFO: Indiana Opens Vaccine Registration To Hoosiers 50 And Older

To schedule an appointment, veterans can call 317-988-4899, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Veterans who are not yet enrolled in a VA health care program can enroll by calling 317-988-4301 or visiting www.va.gov\health-care.