COVID-19 Vaccine Information

 
Beginning in mid-January, the Pulaski County Health Department will be administering the two-dose COVID-19 vaccine developed by Moderna. County Health will distribute the vaccine to residents based on Indiana State Department of Health protocols and the number of available doses at any given time. At rollout and for at least the first month thereafter, weekly quantities are expected to be extremely limited.
 

Clinic Hours
Wednesdays: 8:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Thursdays: 11:00a.m. – 7:00p.m.
 
Clinic Location
Winamac Knights of Columbus Hall
340 East County Road 50 North (map),
P.C.H.D. COVID Vaccine Hotline: 574.946.2592

 

Vaccine Sign-Up Information
County Health is required to prioritize classes of persons established by State Health. THIS IS WHERE YOU CAN REGISTER AND SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT once you are eligible. In the event that openings occur, clinic coordinators will contact pre-registered individuals who are not yet otherwise eligible, but who have completed this online form, to have them appear for vaccination.
Volunteer Sign-Up Information
Health will be contracting two nurses to coordinate the vaccine clinic, but volunteers will be required to ensure effective and efficient operations. If you are interested in supporting these efforts as a volunteer, please complete this online form.

 
 
 
 
Recipient Prioritization
Pursuant to State Health guidelines, first responders (including conservation officers and Department of Corrections personnel), healthcare workers, residents of long-term–care facilities, and persons aged 80 70 60 and older are first-priority recipients of the vaccine. State Health has not published a complete schedule for further administration, but the Center for Disease Control has provided guidelines for phasing:

  • Frontline essential works (including, e.g., food and agricultural workers, U.S.P.S personnel, educators, grocery workers, manufacturing workers, and public transit workers)
  • Persons aged 65-7469; persons aged 16-64 with underlying medical conditions that elevate their risk levels; and other essential workers (including those who work in transportation and logistics, food service, housing construction and finance, information technology, communications, energy, law, media, public safety, and public health)

For more information from State Health regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.
For more information from State Health regarding COVID-19, click here.