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New Vaccine Sites Open for Appointments
State and local officials announced that appointments have been released for two new vaccine sites, the United Center Vaccine Site and the Des Plaines Community Vaccination Site. Illinois residents age 65 and older can schedule their first COVID-19 vaccine appointment at the United Center site online at zocdoc.com/vaccine or by phone at 312-746-4835 (Mondays through Saturdays, 8am-8pm, and Sundays, 8am-4pm). Vaccines will start being administered on March 9 and 10. Following this appointment period (for seniors only), the state will expand eligibility for appointments at this site.
Those in Phase 1a and 1b can schedule an appointment at the Des Plaines site online at vaccine.cookcountyil.gov or by calling 833-308-1988 (weekdays, 7am-7pm). Vaccines will start being administered tomorrow or Saturday, and proof of being in Phase 1a or 1b will be required. Cook County is still in Phase 1b of its vaccination plan, which includes members of the general public age 65 and over and frontline essential workers. Vaccine supply is limited but expected to increase in the coming weeks.
Cook County Vaccine Registration
Cook County opened a website where those living and working in Cook County can sign up for updates and submit information to schedule a vaccination appointment when available. View the website here. For questions or to schedule an appointment, Cook County residents and workers can also call the Vaccine Sign-Up Hotline at 833-308-1988 from 7am-7pm on weekdays. Appointments are required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Note: CCDPH is responsible for COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration in Northbrook.
Providing all the information requested will ensure that you are notified properly as the program expands. Vaccine supply is still limited, so please be patient.
By signing up, you will receive the following:
CCDPH is still in Phase 1b of its vaccination plan. Phase 1b includes members of the general public aged 65 and over, police, firefighters, and other essential workers, such as manufacturing employees and grocery store workers. They will continue to prioritize any remaining Phase 1a individuals.