Deaconess Gibson Hospital Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccine

Indiana residents near Gibson County who are looking to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can do so as of Monday at Deaconess Gibson Hospital.

Posted: Feb 1, 2021 2:10 PM

As of Monday, Feb. 1, Hoosiers in the Princeton area can receive the COVID-19 vaccine from Deaconess Gibson Hospital.

With the state health department also announcing an expansion of vaccine eligibility on Monday, Hoosiers age 65 and above are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Other individuals who are eligible to receive the vaccine in Indiana are patient-facing healthcare personnel, long-term care facility residents, and first responders.

More Info: Who Can Get the COVID-19 Vaccine and Where Can They Get It?

Deaconess Gibson’s vaccine clinic will be held Mondays-Saturdays in the Health & Education Room, located on the hospital’s first floor. Patients who have an appointment should enter through the hospital’s Main Entrance and follow the screening process.

To register to receive the vaccine online through the state health department's website, click here.

Individuals who would like to register to receive the vaccine by phone can call 211 on mobile or call 1-866-211-9966 on a landline.

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