INDIANAPOLIS — Kroger is offering walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations at most of its Indiana locations, Kroger Health announced Thursday.
Kroger Health is offering all three vaccines (Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and Moderna) free of charge. Availability by store varies.
You will still be able to schedule an appointment online. Those who schedule online will be able to select the vaccine they would like to receive based on availability at the store location.
Walk-in vaccine patients are encouraged to wear a short-sleeved shirt, bring their insurance card and ID, and be prepared to wait for 15 minutes following their vaccine.
For Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, the appointment for the second dose will be made after the first dose is administered.
Minors ages 12-17 will require a parent or guardian to be present during the vaccine.
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