Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said the state expects to hit a major milestone of one million Indianans fully vaccinated on Wednesday.
"Whether that's a two-dose to the arm or a one dose [Johnson & Johnson] we'll hit today, one million," said Holcomb during a news conference Wednesday. "We are not just on the road to recovery we are onward and upward."
As of Tuesday night, nearly 19% of eligible Indianans have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, and 32% of the state population has received at least one dose, said State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box.
The state plans to open vaccine eligibility to all individuals age 16 and older starting March 31.
Additionally, Holcomb said the state will continue to operate mass vaccination sites. Starting April 1, a vaccination site at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will open for 16 days, where the state expects to administer 96,000 vaccinations.