Indiana makes COVID-19 vaccines out there for ages 50 and older

(AP) – officials have approved the vaccination for residents aged 50 and over.

The move announced on Wednesday comes a day after the began allowing all 55- to 59-year-olds to register for vaccination appointments.

The state health department also provides pictures for those who are on dialysis, undergoing cancer treatment, or who have conditions such as Down syndrome or sickle cell disease.

Governor Eric Holcomb said the state will stick to its plan to expand immunization ratings by age, despite President Joe Biden this week urging states to give priority to immunization teachers.

This story has been updated. See the first version below.

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana residents 50 and older can now receive a -19 .

The latest expansion of the state vaccine rollout was announced on Wednesday afternoon.

To plan a vaccine, Hoosiers can visit

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