Mary Ann Barrett, a nurse practitioner, and her husband, Dr. Brad Barrett, who now represents Wayne County in the Indiana House of Representatives, served as guest vaccinators for the March 27 vaccination clinic at the former Elder-Beerman store in Richmond. Supplied by Wayne County Health Department
Wayne Country Heath Department  has announced another Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic this week, this time with 200 shots.
The next clinic will be from 3-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 31 at the former Elder-Beerman store, 601 E. Main St., Richmond.
This clinic will be open only to those with appointments. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
About 640 vaccines were distributed Saturday at the health department’s special event offering the Johnson & Johnson shots. That vaccine only requires one dose, while the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two appointments.
Appointments can be made by visiting or by calling 211 and asking for help in scheduling an appointment at the Wayne County Health Department’s Johnson and Johnson Clinic.
March 31 is also the first day Indiana will open eligibility to anyone 18 or older for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and for the Moderna vaccine.
Anyone 16 and older is eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.  The Reid Health site located at Kuhlman Center on Wayne County Fairgrounds has the Pfizer vaccine.  Appointments can be scheduled for that clinic by visiting
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Millicent Martin Emery is a reporter and editor for the Western Wayne News.