April 14, 2021

Marion County Public Health Department Opens New COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic On Eastside

Marion County Public Health Department Opens New COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic On Eastside

Appointments are now available at the Marion County Public Health Department’s new COVID-19 vaccine clinic on the eastside, at 9503 E. 33rd St. 

The health department expects to administer up to 800 doses of the Moderna vaccine per day at the clinic.  

“Getting the COVID-19 vaccine, along with continuing to wear a mask, wash our hands, and watch our distance, is how we will end this pandemic,” said Dr. Virginia Caine, director and chief medical officer of the Health Department. “Through efforts such as pop-up vaccine clinics held in neighborhoods across the city, $1 million in grants to uplift community-based initiatives, and the opening of this new clinic to serve the eastside, we are continuing the work to make the COVID-19 accessible to all in our community.” 

The clinic will be open Tuesday-Saturday.  Appointments are required for vaccinations. They can be scheduled by visiting OurShot.IN.gov, or calling 211. Assistance with scheduling an appointment is also available through one of Indiana’s Area Agencies on Aging.

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