TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The number of outlets to receive a vaccine for COVID-19 expanded Wednesday when Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box announced during Governor Eric Holcomb’s weekly coronavirus update that Meijer, Kroger and Walmart will begin offering vaccine appointments in Indiana to eligible residents.
Appointments at Meijer and Kroger cannot be made by calling 211, but by visiting their websites listed below. Walmart will use the state’s system; appointments can be scheduled through visiting OurShot.In.Gov or calling 211.
Walmart has two Terre Haute locations — the one at 2399 S. State Road 46 will be offering the vaccine. As yet, the Walmart at 5555 S. US Highway 41 has not been officially added to the list of locations dispensing the vaccine.
There are three Kroger stores in the area — at 2650 Wabash Ave., 4714 S. U.S. Highway 41 and 2140 Fort Harrison Rd. To make an appointment, visit www.kroger.com/covidvaccine.
Meijer is located at 5600 E. New Margaret Dr. off State Road 46. To register for an appointment, visit Clinic Request (meijer.com).
Indiana State Department of Health Chief Medical Officer Dr. Lindsay Weaver reported that there will be no charge for the vaccine at these sites, though they will collect insurance information. Those without insurance will still receive the vaccine at no charge.