Indiana Chamber, Hospital Association make vaccine push


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — With the surge in COVID-19 cases from the omicron variant expected to continue in the coming weeks, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Indiana Hospital Association are urging Hoosiers to get vaccinated.

The group said Thursday that getting vaccinated will help the state's health care facilities stressed by the wave of coronavirus cases operate as needed and also help businesses avoid shutdowns.

While the Indiana Chamber said it does not support government mandates for COVID-19 vaccinations, the organization announced it has partnered with Franciscan Health to offer free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine clinics on site to employers in all 92 Indiana counties.

Both the initial vaccines and boosters are available.


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