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Posted on: June 29, 2021

Health Department Teams Up with Indianapolis Colts to Vaccinate Fans

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Colts Tickets Available to Those Who Get Vaccinated at Training Camp in Westfield 

(WESTFIELD, JUNE 29, 2021) 

The Hamilton County Health Department, along with Indiana University Health and the State Health Department, will offer COVID-19 vaccinations at Colts Training Camp Wednesday, July 28th through Thursday, August 19th. The partnership is a win-win for both the community and Colts Nation. 

“The Colts are pleased to host a vaccination clinic at Colts Training Camp this summer,” said Pete Ward, Colts Chief Operating Officer. “We love seeing communities starting to open back up, but this clinic is yet another shot toward keeping more people safe and healthy and helping get Indiana back to normal.” 

The vaccine clinic will be located in Colts City and open during all practice sessions open to fans. Staff from the Hamilton County Health Department and Indiana University Health will provide the Pfizer vaccine, which is available to those 12 years and older. Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

“This is a great chance to bring the kids out to watch the Colts and get them vaccinated ahead of the start of school,” says Christian Walker, emergency preparedness coordinator for the Hamilton County Health Department. “In most cases, kids who have been fully vaccinated will not be required to wear masks at school and cannot be quarantined for exposure in the classroom.” 

The vaccine is free, but you must show proof of insurance. No appointments are necessary. Staff will be on hand to help schedule second vaccine doses for those who are receiving their first at camp. 

Those who receive their vaccine at Colts Training Camp prior to August 15th will receive two preseason game tickets to the Colts-Panthers game on Sunday, August 15th. They will also be entered to win a Colts Prize Pack which includes game tickets, an autographed item, and a jersey.

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