Below is a list of websites and locations where you can sign up to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Due to demand, websites may experience issues due to high traffic. Please be patient and diligent when attempting to sign up. Signing up at multiple locations may increase your odds in securing a vaccination appointment. Questions about the vaccine? Click Here to find useful links to information about the vaccine.
List of websites where you can sign up and learn about opportunities to receive the vaccine:
Chicago State University – No Appointment Needed.
Drive-thru vaccinations are now available at the Chicago State University mass vaccination site at 9501 S. King Drive in Chicago. No appointment needed. Open from Noon to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturdays. Closed on Sundays. No insurance needed and government-issued IDs are not required.
United Center – People age 65+ are able to make an appointment to receive the vaccine starting on Thursday, March 4th at 8:30 am through Sunday, March 7th at 4:00 pm. It will remain open exclusively for seniors during that period. Registration for those who meet the state’s Phase 1B+ eligibility criteria will open Sunday, March 7 at 4:00 pm. This includes people with serious medical conditions (cancer, chronic kidney disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), diabetes, heart conditions, immunosuppressed states from a solid organ transplant, smoking, obesity, pregnancy, pulmonary disease, and sickle cell disease). If you cannot access the website, call 312-746-4835. This hotline is open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am – 8:00 pm and Sunday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
City of Chicago In-Home COVID-19 Vaccination for Persons with Disabilities and Seniors – The City of Chicago is working to integrate mobile home health care vaccination services to reach home-bound individuals who are unable to go to the City’s COVID-19 vaccination sites to get the vaccine. This includes persons with disabilities and seniors who require in-home assistance or have the use of adaptive equipment (wheelchair, ventilator, etc.) and leaving home requires considerable effort. Please note that City vaccination sites are ADA accessible, and this program is specifically for those who are unable to leave home for medical reasons. Sign up by calling 833-308-1988. Hotline hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 am – 10:00 pm and on Saturday from 8:00 am – 10:00 pm. You can also sign up online by clicking here.
Vaccine Appointment Call Center – The Illinois Department of Public Health has launched the Vaccine Appointment Call Center to assist people who do not have access to or who have difficulty navigating online services in making appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The Vaccine Appointment Call Center open 7 days a week at 833-621-1284 and can take TTY calls.
Orr Building (Springfield, IL)
Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville IL)
Banterra Center at Southern Illinois University (Carbondale IL)
Carbondale Civic Center (Carbondale IL)
Winnebago County (Rockford, IL)
Gateway Convention Center (Collinsville IL)
Click Here to sign up and learn more about receiving the vaccine at these suburban locations:
North Riverside Health Center (Riverside, IL)
Morton East School Base Clinic (Cicero, IL)
Robbins Health Center (Robbins, IL)
Cottage Grove Health Center (Ford Heights, IL)
Blue Island Health Center (Blue Island, IL)
Arlington Heights Health Center (Arlington Heights, IL)
Triton College (River Grove, IL)
South Suburban College (South Holland, IL)
Tinley Park (Tinley Park, IL)
City of Milwaukee Health Department
Various Sign-Up Opportunities in Milwaukee
Indiana COVID-19 Vaccine Program
Questions about the Vaccine?
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Visit these useful links from the Centers for Disease Control:
In need of other resources during the pandemic? View and/or download our COVID-19 Resource & Support Guide.