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INDIANAPOLIS — Do you still need to get your flu shot? On Tuesday, you can get one without having to get out of your car.

The Marion County Public Health Department is hosting a free drive-thru flu shot clinic at its Community Building from noon until 4 p.m. The Community Building is located at 4012 North Rural Street.

The clinic is open to anyone needing a flu shot, but it’s aimed at helping the most at-risk population: people who are over 65 years old, people with chronic medical conditions, and people with compromised immune systems.

Melissa McMasters, a registered nurse with the Marion County Public Health Department told WISH-TV that people with hypertension, diabetes, and those over the age of 65 should get their flu shot during Tuesday’s clinic.

“Go on and get their flu vaccine because they really can’t afford to get infected with influenza and COVID at the same time. Those infections both stress the immune system, the respiratory system and that’s why we really encourage flu shots,” McMasters told WISH.

For more information from the Marion County Public Health Department, you can go to their website or call 317-221-2122.