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Nurse Cathy Green gives Raymond Lamar his second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. Indiana has lowered the eligibility age for vaccinations to 50, marking the second time this week the eligibility age was lowered, Gov. Eric Holcomb said.

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Nurse Betsy Smith prepares a dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at her station Feb. 24 at the Monroe County Convention Center. IU is considering COVID-19 vaccination requirements for students, IU Provost Lauren Robel said Tuesday at the Bloomington Faculty Council meeting.

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IU Health nurse Anne Fuson gives a second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Iva Gloss on Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. During a meeting Friday, the City of Bloomington announced that out of state students eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can do so in Indiana.

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The IU Atlas mobile app login page is pictured. The Office of International Services released a new mobile app Feb. 11 that helps international students more easily upload documents for entry into the US.

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IU Health nurse Anne Fuson puts on gloves before giving Iva Gloss the second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. Monroe County Health Department administrator Penny Caudill said the vaccination process usually takes about 20 minutes.

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IU Health nurse Anne Fuson gives a second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Iva Gloss on Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. Monroe County Health Department administrator Penny Caudill said the clinic gives an average of 30 vaccines an hour.

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Nurse Cathy Green gives Raymond Lamar their second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. Monroe County Health Department administrator Penny Caudill said the clinic distributes about 800 doses a week.

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Two Bloomington residents sit in the waiting area after receiving doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center. People are required to remain in a waiting area for 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine to make sure they don't have any side effects.

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Nurse Betsy Smith prepares a dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at her station Feb. 24 at the Monroe County Convention Center. The nurses vaccinate about 30 people per hour.

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Monroe County Health Department Administrator Penny Caudill leads a media tour of the COVID-19 vaccination clinic Feb. 24 at the Monroe Convention Center.

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