Fishers COVID-19 FAQs


COVID-19 Information & Medical Support
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COVID-19 Information & Medical Support

Fishers Health Department Community Recommendations

What stage/level are we currently in on the Fishers Health Department’s Community Risk Scale?
Fishers is currently in Level 3, or Orange.

Where can I find the latest orders and recommendations?
See Fishers Health Department's current orders and recommendations.

Are masks mandatory within Fishers?
While masks are not mandatory within Fishers city limits, the Fishers Health Department recommends following the CDC's mask guidance. Private businesses can mandate mask-wearing at their business.


Who is eligible to receive the vaccine?
Individuals ages 5+* are eligible to receive the vaccine. You do not need to be a resident to receive a vaccination in Indiana.

  • Individuals ages 5 - 17: Pfizer
  • Individuals ages 18+: Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J

Visit to determine vaccines available by location. You must schedule an appointment for ages 5-11 at No walk-in availability until further notice.

Where can I learn more about the vaccine?
Find vaccine FAQ's.

Symptoms & Testing

What should I do if I have symptoms of COVID-19? 
If you believe you have symptoms of COVID-19, the Fishers Health Department recommends you schedule a test to confirm your case. Free testing for all Hoosiers ages 5+ is available at the Fishers Health Department in partnership with the Indiana Department of Health. It is recommended that those experiencing symptoms, and who are presumptive-positive, isolate from others for 5 days or until symptoms improve and you are fever-free. 

Schedule an appointment for:

If you are symptomatic consistent with COVID-19 signs and symptoms, you may be eligible for the BinaxNOW rapid antigen test. Schedule your test under "All Hoosiers". If eligible, the testers at the testing site will ask if you are interested in the BinaxNOW test.

Where can I find more info on testing in Fishers?
Get answers to frequently asked questions on the Testing FAQ page.

Is the testing site ADA accessible?
The City of Fishers COVID Testing Site is ADA Accessible. Wheelchair accessible vehicles can come to the drive-thru testing site and the testing crew will assist to ensure testing can be completed. 

How to Stay Updated

What resources are available for Fishers residents to get information on the COVID-19 situation locally?

  • Fishers COVID-19 Hotline: Call 317-595-3211 if you have questions or need assistance, open Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Fishers Health Department COVID-19 information page with community risk info, data dashboards, and resources for residents
  • Follow the Fishers Health Department for updates on Twitter, Facebook and Nextdoor.
  • Find info on COVID-19 cases in Hamilton County on the Hamilton County Health Department website.
  • Indiana State Department of Health COVID-19 hotline for general public questions: call 877-826-0011 24/7 or e-mail.
  • See public resources from Governor Holcomb’s office  and Senator Young's toolkit of resources,

Where can I sign up for email updates about COVID-19?
Subscribe to COVID-19 email updates from the Fishers Health Department.

Where can I find information about COVID-19 Vaccine?
You can visit our COVID-19 Vaccine page here.

Local Businesses & Service Providers

Where can I find business recovery and support for my Fishers business?
For information and support, visit

Support & Resources

What mental health resources are available during this time?
We’re still a #StigmaFreeFishers. If you or a loved one need mental health support, a list of resources is available here. If you have immediate concerns or are in danger, call 911.