HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. – The Hamilton County Department of Health will switch from Moderna vaccine to Pfizer vaccine on Tuesday at its clinic at 4H Fairgrounds in Noblesville.
The State Department of Health has asked the Hamilton County Health Department to make the change so it can release the Moderna vaccine for mobile units in rural areas.
The Pfizer vaccine is widely regarded as more difficult to transport as it needs to be stored at -94 degrees Fahrenheit. The state health department will provide the Hamilton County Health Department with ultra-low storage for the Pfizer vaccine along with additional doses.
Hamilton County health officials say their clinic at 4H Fairgrounds is one of the busiest in the state. Changing vaccines will allow them to increase their vaccinations from 1,200 per week with Moderna to 3,540 people per week with…Read more
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