With 1000’s of Alabama and Ga lovers crowding into Indianapolis for the University Football Playoff Championship, the Marion County Public Health Department announced it will maintain a a single-working day COVID-19 rapid testing and vaccination clinic Monday, Jan. 10, 2022, in close proximity to Monument Circle.

COVID-19 cases have been surging about the earlier week alongside with hospitalizations. Last 7 days, the 7-working day normal for every day new conditions surpassed 10,000 for the 1st time.

Neighborhood physicians and public health and fitness gurus experienced questioned the determination to go in advance with the game without having necessitating that followers be vaccinated, endure speedy assessments and/or put on masks.

The announcement of the walk-in clinic, which will be held in a cellular unit and operate from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., came Sunday evening. 

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