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IMS Helping Hoosiers Get Vaccinated
The Indy Motor Speedway to host a mass vaccination
clinic for Hoosiers eligible to receive a free COVID-19
The clinic will run from March 5 to March 7 with
vaccinations beginning at 8 a.m. and ending at 10 p.m.
each day. All Hoosiers ages 55 and up are eligible for the
“We’re a community-first organization, and we’re
extremely proud to assist with this important effort to
keep Hoosiers safe and healthy,” IMS President J.
Douglas Boles said. “I encourage those who are eligible to
sign up, and I’d like to thank our state’s leadership – most
especially Governor Holcomb and Dr. Box – for the
opportunity to team up and pitch in.”
“Getting tens of thousands of vaccines in arms in a matter
of days is a huge undertaking that requires incredible
partnerships,” Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb said.
“We are incredibly grateful to Indianapolis Motor
Speedway, Notre Dame and Ivy Tech for their willingness
to meet this challenge head on to help save Hoosier lives.”
Participants will remain in their cars for their vaccines.
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Update: All appointsments were scheduled quickly, nearly 17,000, and the vaccinations were extended through Monday.
The one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which just became authorized, is being used.