Last updated 3/20/2021
Vaccination Info: ISDH
If you are an Indiana resident and answer yes to any of these questions, you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine:
Beginning tomorrow 4/1/21 Hoosiers 16+ will be able to register for the #COVID19 vaccine.
Are you age 30 or older?
- Do you work or volunteer in healthcare and have (physical or close) contact or face to face interactions with patients? Examples include:
- Inpatient, outpatient, provider office setting, nursing homes, residential care facilities, assisted living facilities, in-home services
- This includes all clinical and non-clinical positions: clinicians, dietary, environmental services, administrators who have direct contact with patients, clergy who see patients in the healthcare setting, non-clinicians who assist in procedures, transportation staff, etc.
- This also includes local health department staff who interact with patients at test sites, health clinics or provide direct patient care
- Do you have exposure to COVID-19 infectious material? (Examples include cleaning of rooms or material from COVID-19 patients, performing COVID-19 testing, other exposure to infected tissue, performing autopsies or other post-mortem examinations of COVID-19 patients)
- Are you a first responder (firefighter, police officer and sheriff’s deputy, emergency medical services, reservist and correctional officer) who is regularly called to the scene of an emergency to give medical aid?
- Full List and Details.
Please register by dialing 211. or visit the website ourshot.in.gov. Click on Vaccination sites in top toolbar.
How to schedule an appointment:
Family members may schedule an appointment on behalf of the eligible person, online or by phone.
If scheduling online: Using Firefox or Chrome as your browser, visit in.gov.
- Select “Find a vaccine site” to access the registration portal.
- Enter one’s zip code to see a map of vaccination locations
- Register using their name and age.
To schedule by phone,call 211 between 8 a.m. ET and 8 p.m. any day of the week. Call center representatives will make an appointment for the eligible senior, and may provide information on additional details, such as transportation to appointments.
Read this before scheduling :
The vaccine requires two doses to be effective; the second appointment will be scheduled when the first dose is administered. Keep this in mind when scheduling the first appointment—those who receive the Pfizer vaccine must return to the same location 19 – 23 days later for the second dose; and those who get the Moderna vaccine must do so 28 days later.
The person getting vaccinated needs to bring a photo ID and, if they have insurance, a copy of their insurance card. The vaccine is free to them.
Hoosier K-12 Teachers and Childcare Workers:
Gov. Eric Holcomb said teachers who aren’t otherwise eligible for the vaccine in Indiana (which, as of Wednesday, means anyone younger than 50) must schedule their appointments directly with those three stores.
Warrick County Specifics:
Please note: Vaccination Scheduling is subject to change due to quantities of vaccines available and number of doses that can be reasonably administered per day.
Warrick County COVID Testing
The following testing centers are recommended for residents:
St. Vincent: Schedule with your Ascension St. Vincent Provider or visit a conveniently located Ascension St. Vincent Urgent Care.
Case Metrics: As of 9/28/2020, We will refer all inquiries on case metrics and data to the ISDH website linked above. To get Warrick data, click on Warrick Co in the state map.
COVID -19 Symptoms
COVID 19 Info and what to do if you or a family member feels ill, please visit the CDC website for the latest guidelines.
Indiana COVID information – includes COVID cases by county, Governor’s Executive Orders, Guidance for essential businesses, Public updates, etc
General questions from the public or healthcare provider inquiries about COVID-19 may be directed to the ISDH COVID-19 Call Center at the toll-free number 877-826-0011 (available 24/7)
CDC Face Mask Info
- Considerations for Masks (includes info on wearing, making, types, and cleaning)
- When and Where to wear a Mask – Deaconess
- Disinfecting your Home
Answer the Call – Contact Tracing info
- Link to All Executive Orders