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A COVID-19 vaccine administration site will open at Triton College in River Grove beginning Wednesday, February 3, 2021 for individuals eligible under Phase 1b (details on those eligible under Phase 1b are noted below).
Vaccinations at all Cook County Health sites will be provided by appointment only. Cook County Health will offer appointment slots based on the amount of vaccine on hand and will add appointments as new vaccine shipments arrive.
For more information and/or to schedule an appointment they can contact the Cook County Health Department:
Individuals without internet access or who need assistance scheduling can call the hotline at:
The State and the County have announced that that the vaccine plan will move to Phase 1b on today (Monday, January 25th). As of today, the Village has not yet received details on how or when eligible residents will be able to get the vaccine. The Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) has advised that vaccine supply remains extremely limited.The local vaccination process is being coordinated entirely by the State of Illinois and Cook County, and the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) is responsible for the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Suburban Cook County. The Village is doing everything we can to support the vaccine distribution effort.Residents are encouraged to sign up for updates on COVID-19 vaccine from CCDPH by completing a survey on their website (https://cookcountypublichealth.org/). The Village will also share all relevant information about the COVID-19 vaccine on our Facebook page, and our website.The CDC, IDPH and CCDPH website also offer information and FAQs about the vaccine.
An Important Message Concerning the COVID-19 Vaccination From Mayor Nick Caiafa:
Attention Schiller Park residents, business owners and employees who are 65 years of age and older:
- Cook County is in Phase 1B which includes individuals 65 and over and front-line essential workers.
- Vaccines are available by appointment only and only people in Phase 1A and Phase 1B will be able to make an appointment at this time.
- Vaccine supply is still extremely limited at this time and residents are asked to be patient.
Residents are also encouraged to call their primary care physician regarding receiving the vaccine. Many area hospitals and healthcare plans including Rush, Northwestern and Loyola Hospitals have invited patients to sign-up through their online patient portal. They will contact you via email and phone calls when you may make appointments for the vaccine.
The State has also launched a website where people can find vaccination locations and use links to make appointments: https://covidvaccination.dph.illinois.gov/.
Walgreens is allowing Illinois seniors and essential workers to sign-up online for appointments at some Walgreens locations but the supply is limited https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19....
Jewel-Osco is allowing people to make appointments online at https://www.mhealthappointments.com/covidappt.
Walmart is taking appointments for seniors and essential workers at six of its stores in Chicago at https://www.walmart.com/cp/1228302.
Other pharmacies and grocery stores are expected to launch sites to schedule a vaccination in early February.