Healthcare worker receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Stay Updated with Your Vaccine Series

Updated Sept. 19, 2022: New Bivalent Booster Available at Your Primary Care Office! The bivalent booster is recommended for anyone age 12 and older, at least two months post last covid vaccination.  See more information on the booster options below.

Not vaccinated? Anyone ages 6 months and older can receive a COVID-19 vaccine, which is free, safe, and effective at preventing infection, and therefore, further spread of the virus and variants. The Pfizer vaccine is approved for children ages 6 months to 17.   

In this video, Columbus Regional Health System Infection Preventionist Andrea Stock discusses eligibility, safety and availability of the COVID-19 vaccine bivalent booster.

How to Receive Your Vaccine or Booster

The new bivalent covid booster is formulated to specifically target the two most common variants of the virus circulating at this time. CRH Primary Care offices are offering the Pfizer vaccine to children ages 6 months to 11 years. Initial vaccination and the bivalent booster is available for those ages 12 and up, at least two months after your last vaccine. If you have had a recent covid infection, you may receive the booster once you are no longer infected with covid and have reached the end of your isolation period.

An appointment is required. If you don't have a provider or need assistance finding a vaccination site, our Connection Specialists at WellConnect are also available to help with the registration process. Contact them at 812.376.5136.

There are walk-in and mobile clinic options throughout the surrounding area. To find a clinic near you visit If you've already received the COVID-19 vaccine outside of your physician office, contact your office to ensure your vaccination information is up to date in your medical record.

COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate

You can check and access your vaccination record through your MyChart account, and even access a sharable QR code that shows your status. Don't have a MyChart? Sign up at

You can also find your vaccination card on the Access Indiana site: Indiana Vaccination Portal

Simply sign up for an account to receive your vaccination details, including the date administered, facility, and manufacturer. 

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