INDIANA (WFIE) - Hoosiers 30 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Indiana Department of Health.
Health officials say this expansion makes the vaccine available to more than 840,000 more Hoosiers.
Governor Eric Holcomb announced last week that he is planning to open vaccine eligibility to Hoosiers 16 and up on March 31.
He also said, starting April 6, decisions about venue capacity and social gatherings will be made by local officials, and the statewide face-covering mandate will become a mask advisory.
To schedule a vaccine, visit https://ourshot.in.gov. Hoosiers who do not have a computer or cell phone can call 211.
Monday, Indiana reported 730 new coronavirus cases and five new deaths.
That brings the all time total to 684,733 cases and 12,622 deaths.
The maps shows ten new cases in Vanderburgh County, one new cases in Dubois County, two new cases in Warrick County, zero new cases in Perry County, zero new cases in Posey County, three new cases in Gibson County, one new case in Spencer County, and zero new cases in Pike County.
Here are the coronavirus totals in our part of Indiana.
- Vanderburgh Co. - 21,710 cases, 389 deaths
- Dubois Co. - 6,022 cases, 115 deaths
- Warrick Co. - 7,578 cases, 155 deaths
- Perry Co. - 1,773 cases, 36 deaths
- Posey Co. - 2,656 cases, 33 deaths
- Gibson Co. - 4,193 cases, 87 deaths
- Spencer Co. - 2,254 cases, 31 deaths
- Pike Co. - 1,290 cases, 34 deaths