Inclement weather delaying Tri-state COVID-19 vaccinations

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(WEHT) With inclement weather making travel difficult and potentially dangerous, some vaccine clinics are having to reschedule appointments. The following vaccination and testing sites are affected for Tuesday:

Indiana

  • Vanderburgh County Health Department: Old National Events Plaza: closed at 12 p.m. Appointments can be rescheduled by calling 812-483-8365.
  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Downtown: Appointments prior to 11 a.m. must be rescheduled
  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Warrick: open with regular hours of 9 AM – 6 PM.
  • Dubois County Health Department: open at 10 a.m. Appointments scheduled prior to 10 a.m. will still be accommodated.
  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Mt. Vernon: open with regular hours of 9 AM – 6 PM.
  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Gibson: closed
  • Deaconess Gibson COVID Drive-Thru Testing: closed
  • Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center COVID-19 Drive-Thru: closed
  • Perry County Health Department: COVID vaccine clinics for Wednesday and Thursday have been cancelled. Staff is notifying each patient their appointment will be moved to February 25 at their original appointment time.

Kentucky

  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Union County: closed Tuesday; appointments must be rescheduled
  • Deaconess Vaccine Clinic Henderson: open with hours of 1 PM – 6 PM.
  • Owensboro Health: Appointments originally made for Monday or Tuesday have been moved to Friday
  • Hopkins County Health Department: closed
  • Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital: All remaining mobile COVID-19 testing dates for February have been cancelled.
  • Muhlenberg County Health Department: closed

Illinois

  • Harrisburg Medical Center: all clinics closed
  • Wayne County Health Department: closed

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