COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Updates

What if I Have Questions About the Vaccine?

It is natural to have questions! There are many different sources of information available concerning COVID-19 vaccines, and it is a lot to process alone. If you still have questions about the vaccine, call a JCPL library branch to ask a staff member to guide you to reliable information and resources, like the CDC vaccine webpage and the Indiana Department of Health vaccine portal, that will help you make informed decisions that are best for you and your health.

JCPL staff members are also available to lend a listening ear and talk through concerns or hesitancies you may have about receiving the vaccine. Your library is here to help and always just a phone call away.

Who is Eligible for the Vaccine?

Currently, anyone age 12 and older may now schedule an appointment. Please note that anyone younger than 18 must receive the Pfizer vaccine.

How Can I Schedule a Vaccination?

What If I Need Assistance?

If you or a loved one is eligible for the vaccine and need some assistance scheduling an appointment, Johnson County Public Library can help. Call any JCPL location and we will schedule an initial vaccination appointment at the Johnson Memorial Health/Johnson County Health Department vaccine clinic located at Johnson Memorial Hospital, 1125 W. Jefferson St. in Franklin, Indiana. 

To schedule an appointment, please call any JCPL location during regular business hours.

    Branch Phone Numbers:

    • White River - 317-885-1330
    • Franklin - 317-738-2833
    • Trafalgar - 317-878-9560
    • Clark Pleasant - 317-535-6206
    • Library Services Center – 317-738-9835 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

    If you'd like to schedule an appointment at a location other than Johnson Memorial Hospital, JCPL can assist with scheduling an appointment through the Indiana Vaccine Registration site.

    This service is a partnership between Johnson County Public Library, Johnson Memorial Health and Johnson County Health Department

    Additional information about the vaccine from the Indiana State Department of Health: