INDIANAPOLIS — Veteran Health Indiana will begin offering the COVID-19 vaccine next week at various VA clinics across the state.
The vaccine used will be the single-dose Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine.
Veterans age 18 and older who are enrolled in VA healthcare can call 317-988-4899, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., to schedule an appointment at their local community VA clinic or at the Indianapolis VA Medical Center.
“After many months, we are thrilled the Janssen vaccine is now available to offer at our community VA clinics,” said Director Laura Ruzick. “Because the vaccine only requires normal refrigeration, this facilitates distribution in the more rural areas of Indiana.”
The vaccine will be available at the following clinics: in addition to the Indianapolis VA Medical Center:
- Indy West
- Terre Haute
- West Lafayette
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