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New Vaccine Clinics Coming to Kentucky and Indiana

Individuals in the Evansville area will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Old National Events Plaza as soon as Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Posted: Feb 4, 2021 12:48 PM
Updated: Feb 5, 2021 8:08 PM

In partnership with the Vanderburgh County Health Department, the Old National Events Plaza will become Evansville's next COVID-19 vaccination site beginning Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Officials say as many as 800 vaccinations will be made available weekly at the clinic, which will operate between two and four days per week in Exhibit Hall B, though the number of weekly vaccinations may vary due to vaccine availability.

Appointments are required to receive the vaccine at this location. Clinic dates and times can be found at the bottom of this article, or on the Old National Events Plaza website, along with a list of FAQs.

The Moderna vaccine will be administered at the Old National Events Plaza. To be fully vaccinated, individuals will need two shots spaced a minimum of 28 days apart. Scheduling of the second dose appointment will be completed before you leave the venue after your first dose.

Parking at Old National Events Plaza is free and located at the corner of Locust and 9th Streets. Limited 1-hour parking, including ADA accessible parking, is also available in front of the venue. Those with mobility issues may call 812-483-8365 for assistance upon arrival.

The Old National Events Plaza is located at 715 Locust St. in Evansville, Indiana.

For information on scheduling an appointment, which Hoosiers are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and where the vaccine is being administered, click here.

You can view the vaccination schedule for the Old National Events Plaza below. You can also view the schedule in a new window here.

Over the Ohio River, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear shared four new regional sites will be coming.

Two of those are in Western Kentucky, in Bowling Green and Murray.

"This is our continued commitment to ensure you don't have to drive more than one county away to get your vaccine. We're not fully there yet. But we're going to continue to work on it," the governor said.

Appointments at all the sites will be limited, but health leaders across the Tri-State continue to stress that more supply of immunity shots are coming soon.


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