Illinois is currently in Phase 1C of vaccination. Those eligible are healthcare personnel in hospital Settings, non-hospital healthcare and other Congregate Care, long-term care facility residents and staff, persons aged 65 years and older, frontline essential workers, incarcerated individuals, persons aged 16 to 64 years with high-risk medical conditions, and additional identified essential workers.
On April 12, every adult Illinoisan will be eligible for a vaccine.
Vaccines are currently being distributed through county health departments, the Veterans Administration, local health providers, pharmacies, and federally run mass vaccination sites.
See the Illinois Department of Public Health vaccination locator webpage to find vaccination sites near you. Please note that vaccines are currently in limited supply and scheduling an appointment might take time.
Local Health Departments
Each county has a slightly different process for vaccine sign up, with some counties using sign up forms and others using email notification systems. Visit your county’s health department website to learn more. Counties located in IL-11 are listed with the appropriate link for vaccine distribution information here:
If you are a veteran, you can sign up for your vaccine through the VA. Click here to learn more.
Your local health or hospital provider may be able to help you with scheduling a vaccine appointment. Reach out to your primary health or hospital provider to learn more.
The following pharmacies are administering vaccines in Illinois, check appointment availability using following links: