The Indiana Department of Health and Saint Joseph County Health partnered with the University of Notre Dame to operate a mass vaccination clinic on March 26 and March 27. National Guardsmen from across Indiana have been activated to assist in administering COVID-19 vaccinations. Nearly 6,000 Indiana residents throughout the region are expected to receive the vaccine this weekend at Notre Dame’s clinic at the Compton Family Ice Arena on the southside of campus. USO Indiana was there to deliver drinks and snacks to the National Guard working the clinic. Thank you to our troops for serving and protecting Americans during the pandemic.
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