The Cook County Department of Health issued 30,000 doses of the first dose of COVID vaccine to stage 1A, 1B and 1C patients on Monday night.
The appointment is released at 6 pm and can be booked on the Cook County Vaccines website, or you can call the county hotline (833) 308-1988 to make a reservation.The call center will remain open until 10pm
Vaccination appointments in Cook County are open to all eligible residents of Illinois. The first dose of Pfizer Vaccine can be found at the following locations:
- Southern Suburb University, located at 15800 State St. in South Holland
- Triton College, 2000, located on the Fifth River
- The former K-Mart at 1
- Former HOBO at 7600 West Roosevelt Road, Forest Park
Residents can also make an appointment to receive a dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine at the Tinley Park Convention Center.
Cook County announced that the county’s suburban areas-which differ from the city of Chicago’s operational framework-entered Phase 1C of the vaccination program on Wednesday.
For a full understanding of who is eligible for the COVID vaccine and when in Illinois, click here.
The county said: “All basic workers, including clergy, restaurant staff, energy, legal, retail, transportation and logistics personnel, are now eligible for vaccinations.” He pointed out that the first stage C includes all people aged 16 and The above residents will accept the last batch of qualified people. Can be vaccinated in the next few weeks.
The county was previously in the 1B Plus stage. A complete list of groups eligible for stage 1C can be found on the CCDPH website. Anyone who is eligible at the previous stage can continue the vaccination.
For complete information on how to book a COVID vaccine in Illinois, click here.