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Ball State hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinic

People must register at ourshot.in.gov and meet the state's eligibility criteria to schedule an appointment at the college campus.
Credit: WTHR

MUNCIE, Ind. — Eligible Hoosiers can now sign up to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at Ball State University.

The College of Health Interprofessional Community Clinics is hosting the vaccine clinic, under the authorization of the Delaware County Health Department.

People must register at ourshot.in.gov and meet the state's eligibility criteria to schedule an appointment at the college campus. You can also call 211 to schedule an appointment.

"We believe the presence of a COVID-19 vaccine site on campus is a community partnership that makes receiving vaccines more convenient for our students, faculty, and staff who become eligible and reinforces our commitment to be of service to our community," said Ro-Anne Royer Engle, vice president for division of student affairs, in a press release. "We are honored to serve our neighbors and to play a role in continuing to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community."

As of Friday, March 19, Hoosiers 45 years old and older, health care workers, first responders, educators and high-risk patients are currently eligible to sign up to get vaccinated in Indiana.

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