(Indianapolis, IN) - Anyone who is 55 or older in Indiana is now eligible for the coronavirus vaccine.
The state Department of Health expanded vaccine eligibility on Tuesday. That doesn't mean there will be a dose available for everyone who wants one.
The state says the vaccine continues to be in short supply.
There are three new mass-vaccination clinics planned for the state: one in Indianapolis, one in South Bend, and one in Sellersburg in far southern Indiana. You can get the details on the state's COVID website.
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