Children 12-15 will be eligible for COVID vaccine in Indiana Thursday, ISDH says Monday, May 10 2021 

As of today, a total of 4,587,006 doses of COVID vaccine have been administered in Indiana.


UK Kroger Field COVID-19 vaccine site to demobilize, cites decreasing demand Friday, May 7 2021 

The university said they will transition operations to UK HealthCare on-campus clinical and pharmaceutical settings beginning May 19.


Norton Children’s Hospital opens preregistration for ages 12-15 in anticipation of vaccine approval Friday, May 7 2021 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize the vaccine for children age 12 and older by early next week.


Mobile COVID-19 vaccine sites popping up around region to reach more people Friday, May 7 2021 

“You just fill your name out on a sheet and then you’re good to go. I mean it’s really convenient," said one man who got his vaccine at the mobile clinic.


Indiana reports another 24K fully vaccinated, 12 more deaths Monday, May 3 2021 

More than 2.1 million Hoosiers have been fully vaccinated.


Indiana reports additional 15K fully vaccinated, 11 deaths Monday, Apr 26 2021 

ISDH said now has 1,933,367 fully vaccinated individuals. As of today, a total of 4,229,104 shots have been administered in Indiana.


Indiana bill approved to ban government COVID-19 vaccine passports Thursday, Apr 22 2021 

The Republican-dominated House and Senate voted Thursday by wide margins to approve a wide-ranging bill that included the ban.


UofL Health partners with JCPS to bring vaccine clinic to Central High School Wednesday, Apr 21 2021 

Central High School teacher Shantel Reed found her students getting a lot of vaccine information on social media. So, she encouraged them to find it themselves.


Indiana AG warns of COVID-19 vaccine survey scam targeting Hoosiers Wednesday, Apr 21 2021 

The AG's office says that Hoosiers have received unsolicited messages about a vaccine survey scam in exchange for a free product.


U of L administers more than 100,000 vaccinations at Cardinal Stadium site Friday, Apr 16 2021 

By Madelin Shelton — 

This week, the University of Louisville opened Kentucky’s newest and largest drive through vaccination site at Cardinal Stadium. In nearly a week, U of L Health has administered nearly 100,000 vaccine doses, with hundreds of thousands of upcoming appointments.

David McArthur, director of public relations for U of L Health told the Cardinal that when planning, U of L wanted the vaccination site to be as quick and convenient as possible.

“The Cardinal Stadium site was built big to maximize efficiency, decrease wait times and increase convenience,” McArthur said.  With 24 lanes in total, McArthur said that the site is capable of administering over 4,000 vaccines a day, in addition to U of L’s other locations in Jefferson and Bullitt counties.

As for whether U of L has enough vaccines to vaccinate the entire U of L community, McArthur said that supply was keeping up with demand.

“Between now and May 28, we have nearly 200,000 appointments available at the U of L Cardinal Stadium,” he said. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the university is confident that they will have over 200,000 doses of the vaccine to fulfill those appointments.

Anyone above the age of 16 is eligible for a vaccine, at no cost to them. To schedule an appointment for vaccination, sign up through U of L Health’s website. For any questions about the vaccine, more information is available on U of L Health’s FAQ page.

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