INDIANA TO BEGIN OFFERING PFIZER COVID-19 BOOSTER SHOTS FOR ELIGIBLE HOOSIERS FOLLOWING FDA, CDC ACTIONS (IDOH)
The Indiana Department of Health announced on Friday, September 24th, that booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine are available to eligible Hoosiers following federal authorization of the additional dose.
Eligible Hoosiers who want to obtain a booster dose can go to www.ourshot.in.gov and search for a site that has the Pfizer vaccine, which is designated by PVAX, or call 211 for assistance. Hoosiers are encouraged to bring their vaccination card to their appointment to ensure that the booster dose is added.
IHIE Indiana COVID-19 Vaccination Data Report (IHIE)
The intent of these documents is to provide weekly updates on county-specific vaccination rates, particularly as they compare to hesitant or vulnerable populations, to help identify where vaccination outreach opportunities and planning efforts should be focused.
Indiana COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard (IDOH)
IDOH’s Vaccination Dashboard provides updates on Indiana’s progress to vaccinate Hoosiers against COVID-19. Data is updated at 12:00 PM EST.
IDOH COVID-19 Page
Indiana FSSA COVID-19 Page
World Health Organization Weekly Epidemiological Update (WHO)
Globally, the numbers of weekly COVID-19 cases and deaths have continued to decline since late August. Over 2.8 million new cases and over 46,000 new deaths were reported during the week of 4 to 10 October 2021, representing decreases of 7% and 10% respectively, as compared to the previous week. The number of new weekly deaths reported showed a large (>10%) decline for all regions except for the European Region, which reported an 11% increase as compared to the previous week.
WHO COVID-19 Page
CDC COVID-19 Page
These documents were prepared by teams of research librarians and faculty experts in response to specific questions posed by individuals involved in Indiana’s frontline COVID-19 response. They summarize information that frontline responders may find useful. Please note that information is current for the dates specified. New studies, priorities and literature are being published daily, and best practices are rapidly evolving. These documents do not represent clinical guidelines, standard operating procedures, or the opinions or positions of FSSA.