February 2, 2022

Marion County Public Health Department announces closures ahead of winter storm

All MCPHD locations will be closed Thursday. Anyone who has a scheduled COVID-19 vaccine or testing appointment will be contacted to reschedule.  - (Jill Sheridan/WFYI)

All MCPHD locations will be closed Thursday. Anyone who has a scheduled COVID-19 vaccine or testing appointment will be contacted to reschedule.

(Jill Sheridan/WFYI)

The Marion County Public Health Department will adjust operations to all offices and clinics due to an approaching winter storm.

MCPHD’s Vital Records office will close at 5 p.m. Wednesday. The MCPHD COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Martindale-Brightwood Branch Library, the College Avenue Branch Library and at the IndyGo Julia M. Carson Transit Center will close at 2 p.m. Wednesday.

All MCPHD locations will be closed Thursday. This includes Vital Records, Bellflower Clinic, ACTION Clinic and all COVID-19 test and vaccination sites. Anyone who has a scheduled COVID-19 vaccine or testing appointment will be contacted to reschedule.

The Indiana Department of Health will close several state operated COVID-19 clinics Wednesday through Thursday, including the mobile clinic across from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

A winter storm warning is in effect for Marion County until early Friday morning. A mix of precipitation will sweep over the area Wednesday and Thursday, culminating in an estimated 6 to 12 inches of snow.

Contact reporter Darian Benson at dbenson@wfyi.org. Follow on Twitter: @helloimdarian.

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