State health officials believe when it comes to the coronavirus, Indiana could reach herd immunity later this year.
Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kristy Box and Chief Medical Officer Lindsay Weaver provided a medical update Wednesday.
They said more than 1.8 million Hoosiers are fully vaccinated and more than a third of the eligible population has received a shot.
However, even with that news, Weaver and Box acknowledged that there’s no agreement on what percentage of vaccinated Hoosiers the state would need to reach herd immunity.
You can hear Dr. Box and Dr. Weaver in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.
It runs for under an hour.