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According to the state, approximately 57% of the 470,000 Hoosiers over the age of 70, or 262,000 Hoosiers, had been vaccinated or scheduled their appointment.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Clark County Health Department is awaiting state guidance on how to proceed with the additional 1,200 vaccine doses it received this week, in light of new information recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on second doses.

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SOUTHERN INDIANA — Hospitals in Clark and Floyd counties report that more health-care workers have been on board with getting vaccinated against COVID-19 than originally projected, an uptick they say is safer for the health facilities and community and helps prevent staffing shortages.

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As the U.S. moves toward more widespread distribution of a vaccine for COVID-19, the idea of mandating it is gaining traction in some quarters. Local business owners, however, are expressing reservations and taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to considering such measures for their employees.

WASHINGTON — With a burst of executive orders, President Joe Biden served notice Thursday that the nation's COVID-19 response is under new management and he's demanding progress to reduce infections and lift the siege Americans have endured for nearly a year.


INDIANAPOLIS — More than 50% of all Hoosiers 70 and older have received or are scheduled to take their COVID-19 vaccine in the seven days since the state opened up eligibility from health care workers and first responders.

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Metrics used by the state to gauge the spread of COVID-19 were trending downward, and two community health centers joined the vaccination effort in the fight against COVID-19 this week.