COVID-19 / Coronavirus vaccine

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COVID-19 Vaccine Info

Joining the fight against COVID-19

We are proud to join the state and nationwide effort vaccinating eligible people against COVID-19 by participating in the state mass-vaccination program.

Currently, Indiana residents age 60 or older are eligible to receive the vaccine, as well as licensed and unlicensed healthcare workers and first responders who have face-to-face interactions with patients or infectious material or work in a public-facing position that requires in-person contact.

To learn more about the vaccine and view vaccine locations and availability, call 2-1-1 or visit ourshot.in.gov. Please note: You must schedule your vaccination in advance. To learn more about the Moderna vaccine that Neighborhood Health is administering, visit our FAQ page.

How will the vaccination process work?

  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of your scheduled appointment
  • Bring identification and insurance information (if applicable)
  • After the vaccination is administered, you will be asked to sit for 15 minutes in our waiting / observation area
  • Please raise your hand if you experience any lightheadedness or dizziness, itching / hives, sweating, breathing difficulties, nausea, swelling of lips or tongue, or heart pounding
    • If you experience any of these side effects after you leave, please contact your healthcare provider
  • If you are feeling well, you do not need permission to leave

Do I need a second dose?

  • You are receiving the Moderna vaccine, which is administered in 2 doses
  • A second dose is required 4 weeks after the first one is administered
  • You may schedule your next dose 28 days after your first