Indiana Expands COVID-19 Vaccinations To Lecturers
State health officials said Wednesday that the increase in eligibility comes under orders from the Biden government, which previously allowed vaccinating teachers at pharmacies that are part of a federal program.
Indiana currently allows people age 50 and older and those with high-risk health conditions to schedule vaccination appointments.
The teacher expansion begins on Monday and includes other school staff such as class workers, bus drivers, cafeteria staff, and substitute teachers.
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