Indiana residents 55 and older can now register to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Initial groups of patients at the highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19 who are identified by their healthcare provider are also eligible. These individuals will receive a unique registration link by text or email or may call 211 after receiving the notification:
- Active dialysis patients
- Sickle cell disease patients
- Down syndrome patients
- Post-solid organ transplant patients
- People who are actively in treatment (chemotherapy, radiation, surgery) for cancer or were in the last three months, or with active primary lung cancer or active hematologic cancers (lymphoma, leukemia, and multiple myeloma)
The Indiana State Department of Health expanded the eligibility Tuesday morning. The department’s registration website listed people 55 years or older as eligible to sign up to get the vaccine Tuesday morning.
Please contact your healthcare provider if you think you are eligible but haven’t yet received notification.
Click here for a list of who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are eligible, click here to register and make an appointment. Proof of eligibility will be required at the time of vaccination. The timeline for additional phases of vaccine administration is yet to be determined. Check back here frequently for updates.
Click here if you are fully vaccinated and need a vaccination certificate.
To date, more than a million Hoosiers have received the first dose of vaccine, and more than 500,000 are fully vaccinated.