INDIANAPOLIS — As COVID-19 continues to surge, Indianapolis Public Schools is offering an immunization clinic on Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Arsenal Tech High School.
The clinic will be limited to students from noon to 2 p.m. Other families, students, and staff may attend from 2:45 to 7 p.m.
The clinic will offer first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shots for the virus, in addition to recommended and required school immunizations.
IPS Superintendent Dr. Aleesia Johnson said steps have been taken by the district to remain open and facilitate in-person learning for students — this includes updated COVID protocols as well as vaccine clinics.
“We know the best way out of this pandemic is vaccination coupled with mitigation efforts,” said Dr. Johnson. “We urge everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccinations and their booster shots, and wear their masks.”
Pre-registration is required for all in-school student immunizations and is recommended for all families attending the after-school clinics. However, on-site registration/authorization will be permitted.
A second vaccination clinic will be held Thursday at Shortridge High School. The clinic will offer first and second doses of the coronavirus vaccine and booster shots, in addition to recommended and required school immunizations.
Students may be vaccinated between noon and 2 p.m. Other families, students, and staff may attend from 2:45 to 7 p.m.
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