Health Department Announces 2nd Mass Vaccination Site

 Clinic to be located at South Putnam High School April 17th 

[GREENCASTLE, IN] – The Putnam County Health Department has today announced a second mass vaccination clinic.  The site will be administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, available to anyone 18 years and older. Second dose  appointments will be necessary 28 days later. Photo Identification and proof of age will be required.  

The clinic will be open from 9am-5pm on April 17th at South Putnam High School, 1780 US 40, Greencastle.  Anyone interested in volunteering to help the clinic may contact the health department for more information.

Appointments are currently available and may be booked by calling 211 or visiting and selecting the  Putnam Co HD and then searching by zip code. Patients will be sent a text message or email confirming their  appointment and a link to register. Registration must be completed prior to their appointment. After receiving their  vaccination, patients will be required to wait for a 15 to 30 minute monitoring period. Second dose appointments will be  made on site during the vaccination process. Patients are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving their 2nd dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.  

For more information on the COVID-19 vaccination effort, visit

The intent of the Putnam County Health Department is to prevent, promote, and protect the health, safety, and vital  records for the people of Putnam County by providing various health and wellness screening services, educational  programs, enforcing public health laws, and collecting and accurately recording all vital events occurring in Putnam  County. 


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