Want to get the COVID-19 vaccine but are unsure of where to find it? Have trouble scheduling a COVID test?
No worries! Indiana County is offering some great opportunities to solve both of these problems!
Upcoming Vaccination Opportunities:
The Arc of Indiana County, in partnership with Mainline Pharmacy and the United Way of Indiana County, is providing a vaccination clinic on Friday, March 25th. The vaccine is available to everyone and individuals with a disability, their family/household, as well as their caregivers! All shots are available the day of the clinic to receive the 1st dose, 2nd dose, or a booster. Walk-ins are available! ALL ARE WELCOME! View flyer here.
IRMC is also providing vaccination clinics for adults and children at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Tuesday, April 12th. Adult Clinic- 1pm - 6pm. Children Clinic- 3pm - 6pm.
Need a ride to a vaccination clinic?
If you are in need of transportation to get to a vaccination clinic, please call INDIGO at 724-465-2140 and select scheduling to make arrangements.
Individuals who are "homebound" and in need of a vaccine, are encouraged to contact the Visiting Nurse Association at 724-463-6340.
Looking for a test?
Recently, there have been challenges scheduling a COVID test through local pharmacies due to the high frequency of testing; that's why the Indiana County State Health Center is providing free over-the-counter testing kits!
- Thursday, March 17th 10am - 12pm and 1:30pm - 3pm
- Thursday, March 24th 10am - 12pm and 1:30pm - 3pm
- Location: 75 N 2nd St, Indiana, PA 15701
Are you a local organization willing to help distribute tests to our community?
In order to close gaps in COVID-19 equity across the Commonwealth, the Pennsylvania Department of Health seeks to partner with various organizations to distribute over-the-counter at-home COVID-19 test kits to those in need. Organizations that wish to request these rapid COVID-19 tests for the community they serve, or for greater community distribution, can complete the form below to participate in this program.
Participating organizations will be responsible for:
- Receiving delivery and storing tests on-site
- Distributing tests to community members, at designated pick up dates/times
- Communicating test availability to local vulnerable populations (in conjunction with communication efforts led by DOH)
Looking for help or additional resources regarding the COVID-19 pandemic? Call 211! Get Connected. Get Help.