As of Monday, April 12, all Illinois residents ages 16 and older are eligible to be vaccinated. Eligibility does not mean appointments are available.
The best vaccine to get is the first one available to you. If you are age 16 or older, these are your scheduling options:
▶ Vaccine Appointment Call Center / Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
For help scheduling an appointment,
CALL 833-621-1284, daily 6 a.m.–midnight
▶ Pharmacies and other providers
Search by city or ZIP code to view vaccine availability near you:
▶ State of Illinois mass vaccination locations
Schedule your vaccine at one of the sites open to all Illinois residents, regardless of ZIP code:
VISIT coronavirus.illinois.gov/, select a location, and follow the on-screen prompts to schedule
▶ Your healthcare provider
Established patients of local healthcare systems will be contacted when there are appointments available. For more information on how patients are being contacted, visit your provider's website.
Lovell Federal Health Care Center: will vaccinate all veterans, their spouses, and caregivers
▶ AllVax (Lake County Health Department)
If you live or work in Lake County, sign up with the health department's AllVax system to be notified when there are appointments available. A mass vaccination site at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Libertyville is capable of vaccinating 2,500 people, 7 days a week.
REGISTER or update your registration on the county's AllVax portal
CALL 847-377-8130, Monday–Friday 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
▶ Lake County Mass Vaccination Site / Round Lake Beach
Opening Tuesday, April 20, at 400 E. Rollins Rd. (the former K-Mart Supercenter), Round Lake Beach. Vaccination is by appointment only. Anyone age 16 and older who lives or works in Lake County is eligible.
VISIT cur.tv/lakeco to schedule
Tip: Keep trying this one; when vaccine supply allows the facility to reach its peak capacity of 5,000 vaccinations per day, this will be the largest vaccination site in Lake County.
▶ Cook County Health Department
If you live or work in Cook County, you will be contacted when there are appointments available.
REGISTER Cook County Health Department website
CALL 833-308-1988, Monday–Friday 7 a.m.–7 p.m.
Follow the instructions that your provider gives you.
Follow any instructions you're given at your appointment.
Two weeks after you are fully vaccinated, you may:
Fully vaccinated people should continue to:
View percentages of Illinois and metro Chicago populations vaccinated to date.
Centers for Disease Control
Illinois Department of Public Health
Lake County Health Department
Get information and answers to your questions (no scheduling).
CALL 847-377-8130, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Call center hours for seniors
Additional volunteers are available to assist ages 65 and older:
CALL 847-377-8130 and select option 1
Vaccinations for the homebound
If you or a household member are physically unable to leave home to be vaccinated, please contact the Lake County Health Department support team at (847) 377-8130 for help.
Transportation to your appointment
If you have an appointment scheduled but need help getting there, please call 211 to find out about resources in your area.