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Currently in Indiana, those over the age of 70 can schedule an appointment to get the COVID vaccine. There is at least one vaccination clinic in each county. To see a map of vaccination locations, click here.

Indiana is using an online scheduling system for the vaccine in hopes of avoiding long lines and wait times, especially during winter weather. Hoosiers 70 and older will receive a card from the state letting them know they’re eligible and can sign up to get the vaccine.

Indiana residents age 70 and older may register for a COVID-19 vaccine by visiting ourshot.in.gov or by calling 211 from your mobile phone. Call 1-866-211-9966 from a landline. Do not contact your local health department to make the appointment.

If you are age 60-69, you can register to be on the COVID-19 Vaccine Call List at this time.

Officials say it’s important that you get the second dose at the same facility that you received your first dose. This is for record keeping purposes. It helps the system gage the demand in each county as vaccines roll out to more people.

Dubois County

(updated Jan. 26)

There are two vaccination locations in Dubois County:

  • A drive-thru vaccination clinic is being held on Saturday, January 30 at the Jasper Middle School. The health department plans on administering 450 doses of the vaccine.
  • The clinic be from 8 a.m. – noon.
  • Go to www.ourshot.in.gov to schedule an appointment and see updates regarding eligibility.

Gibson County

(updated Jan. 26)

There is one vaccination location in Gibson County: Gibson County Fairgrounds

  • Beginning on February 1, Deaconess Gibson Hospital will begin giving the COVID-19 vaccine to those who live and work in Indiana AND are eligible under the state’s Phase 1b guidelines, which includes Hoosiers age 70+, health care workers and first responders.
  • To register for an appointment, go to deaconess.com/vaccine. Be sure to select the “Deaconess Gibson Hospital Vax” location

Perry County

(updated Jan. 25)

  • COVID vaccine appointments are now available online at Perry County Memorial Hospital as well as Perry County Health Department. Call 211 from your mobile phone or go to ourshot.in.gov to register.
  • Vaccinations at Perry County Memorial began on January 22. The current schedule for appointments are:
    – Mondays 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    – Thursdays 11 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
    – Fridays 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Pike County

There is one vaccination location in Pike County: Pike County Health Department

Posey County

(updated on Jan. 27)

  • As of January 19, vaccine clinic spots were available starting February 2 to be booked in Posey County for COVID-19.
  • They are currently vaccinating frontline healthcare workers, first responders, and people over the age of 70.
  • There is currently one vaccination location in Posey County: Deaconess Express Care Clinic in Mt. Vernon on 4th street (note: this is the correct location. The location shown on the state’s vaccine appointment map is incorrect)
  • The site will be administering vaccines on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday with further information on time to come.
  • They also plan on offering immunizations very soon in Poseyville on Wednesdays.
  • Starting next week (first week of February, the health department will receive a larger number of vaccines. This will allow them to increase the number of vaccines distributed at the clinic in Mt. Vernon. So more dates and times will be showing up on the website for those to schedule their vaccine.

Spencer County

There is currently one vaccination location in Spencer County: Spencer County Health Department

Vanderburgh County

(updated Jan. 27)

The Deaconess downtown location has many open appointments through the end of the first week of February. You’re encouraged to go to Deaconess’ website to make an appointment.

There are currently four vaccination locations in Vanderburgh County:

The Vanderburgh County Health Department says if you match one of the criteria below, you can sign up for their back-up list for the vaccine. You may be contacted in the event there are doses leftover at the end of the day. You MUST be able to get to the clinic within 30 minutes of the phone call. Clients will be contacted by age and pre-existing conditions.

  • Age 65+
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • COPD
  • Sickle Cell Disease
  • Chronic Kidney Disease
  • Serious Heart Condition

You can sign up for the backup list by clicking here.

The VCHD says they will continue distributing 600 doses of the Moderna vaccine each week. They are still accepting vaccine appointments for the month of January.

Warrick County

  • The Warrick County Health Department says the COVID vaccination will be available at Deaconess Boonville Express Clinic located at 3150 Warrick Drive, Boonville, IN 47601 only for anyone who is 80+ years old.
  • Vaccines will be administer beginning January 12 by appointment from 9am-7pm. Appointments that have been made for Monday January 11 will need to be rescheduled at ourshot.in.gov, or call 211.

There is currently one vaccination location in Warrick County:


The state is currently moving into phase 1b of their vaccination distribution plan. Phase 1a included all health care personnel in clinical settings, including Kentuckians who work in environmental services, front-line operations, interpretation services, dental care and home-based health care staff.

  • Phase 1b consists of people who are at least 70 years old, first responders and educators.
  • Phase 1c consists of people over the age of 60, anyone 16 or older with CDC highest risk C19 risk conditions, all essential workers.
  • Phase 2 consists of anyone over the age of 40.
  • Phase 3 consists of anyone over the age of 16.
  • Phase 4 consists of children under the age of 16 if the vaccine is approved for this age group.

Whos is considered an essential worker? Transportation and logistics, food service, shelter & housing (construction), finance, IT & communication, energy, media, legal, public safety (engineers), water & wastewater.

As of January 7, nearly 93,000 Kentuckians have been vaccinated. 15,363 of those were in long term care facilities. Kentucky’s goal is to administer 90-percent of all vaccine received in state within 7 days of arrival.

Daviess County

(updated on Jan. 27)

  • On January 27, Owensboro Health received an additional supply of the Pfizer vaccine and opened a limited amount of first-dose appointments. If you meet the criteria below, you can make an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as part of Phase 1a and 1b:
    – Healthcare workers and first responders who live or work in Kentucky
    – Kentuckians age 70+
  • Administering the first dose to the staff at Owensboro Public Schools, Daviess County Public Schools, and Owensboro Catholic schools will take place over a six-day period spanning two weekends in February.
    – 1st Dose – Friday-Sunday, February 5-7 and February 12-14
    – 2nd Dose – Friday-Sunday, March 5-7 and March 12-14
  • Sign-up for time slots will be available online and that link will be shared with staff as soon as the system is set up.

Henderson County

(updated on Jan. 21)

  • As Jan. 20, Deaconess has temporarily paused vaccine appointment registration and call list registration for the time being.
  • Deaconess officials said the first dose vaccine allocations from Kentucky have been halted for both Henderson and Union Counties over the upcoming weeks. Those scheduled for a first dose at either location will be notified of their postponed appointment by a staff member and will receive priority rescheduling when vaccines become available again.

Hopkins County

(updated on Jan. 27)

  • Hopkins County Health Department has completed vaccinating teachers and staff at Hopkins County Schools and Dawson Springs Independent. 
  • As of January 27, HCHD only has the boost doses (2nd vaccine dose) for healthcare workers, police, fire, jail, first responders, and K-12 teachers.
  • Officials say they will continue to update the public on who is next in line to get the vaccine on their website and Facebook page.

Muhlenberg County

(updated on Jan. 27)

  • As of January 19, the Muhlenberg County Health Department has administered all doses of the vaccine that they had. They do not anticipate receiving any additional first-dose vaccines for a few weeks.
  • MCHD has been vaccinating individuals in tier 1a and 1b.
  • If you are a healthcare worker, a first responder, or over the age of 70, and would like to get the vaccine, you’re asked to call 270-608-4811.
  • Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital has begun administering the second dose of the Moderna vaccine to their health care workers.

Ohio County

(updated Jan. 21)

  • Ohio County Healthcare is currently vaccinating those in phase 1a, which includes healthcare professionals and first responders.
  • OCH is accepting appointments for individuals who are 70+ in preparation for moving to phase 1b. This phase is anticipated to open on February 1 or sooner.
  • To schedule an appointment, call 270-215 -9082. Appointments will be scheduled on Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., and Saturday 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • OCH has also created a call-back list for people in phase 1b who would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Please call 270-215-9082 to be added to the list for when Phase 1b vaccinations are available.

Union County

(updated Jan. 21)

  • As Jan. 20, Deaconess has temporarily paused vaccine appointment registration and call list registration for the time being.
  • Deaconess officials said the first dose vaccine allocations from Kentucky have been halted for both Henderson and Union Counties over the upcoming weeks. Those scheduled for a first dose at either location will be notified of their postponed appointment by a staff member and will receive priority rescheduling when vaccines become available again.


Gov. JB Pritzker said on January 22 the state will move to phase 1b on Monday, January 25.

Phase 1b includes frontline essential workers and residents age 65 and over. Frontline essential workers are: first responders, education, food and agriculture, manufacturing, USPS workers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares.

The state is preparing to prioritize prison inmates in the second round of Coronavirus vaccinations. Pritzker’s modified plan for the next round of vaccinations would move prisoners up in the line ahead of adults with heart conditions, COPD, kidney failure, and cancer, not to mention workers in Phase 2 at restaurants, gyms, factories, hair and nail salons, and other industries with workers who face “increased risk of exposure.”

Edwards County

(updated on Jan. 21)

Wabash County

(updated on Jan. 21)

Wayne County

(updated on Jan. 21)

  • The health department is holding a drive-thru vaccination clinic for these prioritized individuals in phase 1b on January 22 from from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    – Individuals age 60+
    – Education (congregate childcare, pre-K through 12th grade); teachers, principals, student support, student aids and daycare workers.
  • The drive-thru clinic will be held in the west parking lot at the Workforce Development Center. You’re asked to bring a work ID or driver’s license and insurance card if applicable.
  • You can fill out a form for the clinic ahead of time by going to the Wayne County Health Department’s website.
  • Watch their Facebook page for updates regarding drive-thru clinic dates and times for each of the established IDPH phases.

White County

(updated on Jan. 25)

  • Vaccine appointments with the Egyptian Health Department are currently full. They will make an announcement when they will begin to make appointments for the week of February 1-5.
  • The Egyptian Health Department says when they receive their next weekly allocation of the vaccine they will announce a larger mass vaccination clinic and a plan, in addition to their school clinic. They are expecting 500 doses sometime during the week of Jan. 25-29.