State health department, Indianapolis Motor Speedway plan mass vaccination clinic

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The Indiana Department of Health on Wednesday said it has partnered with Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IU Health to host a multi-day mass vaccination clinic at the speedway.

The department said up to 96,000 people could be vaccinated during the event.

The clinic will provide the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine and will take place from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the following days:

– April 1-3

– April 13-18

– April 24-30

Only Hoosiers age 18 and older are eligible to be vaccinated at the site. Registration is required in advance at or by calling 211. Appointments will available as soon as Wednesday afternoon.

A four-day clinic at the speedway in early March resulted in 16,511 Hoosiers getting the single-dose vaccine.

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3 thoughts on “State health department, Indianapolis Motor Speedway plan mass vaccination clinic

  1. You still have to fit the eligibility criteria in place until March 31 when it opens up to all people 16 and older before you can sign up for the mass vaccination locations.

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