Notre Dame News | March 2, 2021
In partnership with the Indiana Department of Health and the St. Joseph County Health Department, the University of Notre Dame will stand up and implement a mass inoculation clinic on campus in late March to provide free COVID-19 vaccines to eligible Indiana residents throughout the region.
“When the state of Indiana was deciding where to locate a mass COVID-19 vaccination center in northern Indiana, it asked Notre Dame. We welcomed the opportunity to help,” University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., said. “We are grateful that state health officials recognized Notre Dame as a potential partner in this strategic deployment of vaccines for our region. The Notre Dame community remains committed to doing our part to help fight the pandemic on campus and beyond.
“I could not be prouder of the University for making it possible to help our local community combat this persistent disease.”
Similar clinics will be opened at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Ivy Tech Community College in the south-central community of Sellersburg.
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