Indiana Coronavirus Vaccine eligibility age lowered to 45

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The Indiana State Department of Health has just opened up coronavirus vaccine eligibility to more Hoosiers.

According to the state’s vaccine website, those aged 45 and older can now register for an appointment to get one of the three types of vaccines that protect against COVID-19 infections and transmission.

Before today, the shots were limited to those 50 and older, as well as those who work in specific occupations and those with specific health conditions.

Find the full list of those eligible for the vaccines here.

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Charles U Farley March 16, 2021 at 8:46 am

The CDC admitted that 94% of the COVID-attributed deaths were from comorbidities, and despite the claims of all the “fact checkers” (spelled P-R-O-P-A-G-A-N-D-A) in the media the numbers are what the numbers are.

Given the massively inflated death rates, the general high survivability for this age group, and the unknown side effects of the experimental vaccines that this group might have to live with for 30+ years or more, I cannot see taking the needle as being worth the risk. Maybe the Johnson and Johnson traditional “dead virus” vaccine, but certainly not the mRNA abominations…


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