INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana has expanded eligibility for free COVID-19 vaccinations to those as young as 60.
Indiana residents age 60 and older are now eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment, according to a statement released by the state.
The previous limit had been 65.
The expanded age group joins others eligible groups, including long-term care residents, first responders, and licensed and unlicensed healthcare workers who have in-person contact with patients or infectious material in any healthcare setting.
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Additional groups will be eligible as soon as vaccine supplies permit, the statement said.