COVID-19 Latinx Response

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The Latinx community continues to have more positive cases of COVID-19 compared to the rest of the city. CDPH is committed to continuing to focus resources to support this community. All guidance documents are listed below in Spanish. Additionally, the entire CDPH website can be translated into Spanish – simply click on “Select a language” at the top right corner of the page. 

CDPH partners with the COVID-19 Latinx Task Force, Chicago’s Race Equity Rapid Response team, and may other community partners to ensure COVID-19 resources are available and accessible to all residents – regardless of immigration status.

Testing information is not shared with other government agencies, such as law enforcement or immigration.

Dr. Geraldine Luna, Medical Director of the Department of Public Health, talks about COVID vaccines and what it means for Chicago.

The COVID-19 vaccine will be an important tool to save lives and stop the pandemic. Safety is a top priority and there are many reasons to get vaccinated.

Answering Your Questions About COVID-19: 
If I already had COVID and recovered, should I get the vaccine?


A safe and effective vaccine will be offered to everyone, regardless of insurance or immigration status, as soon as the amounts are available.

Getting Tested

Learn more about testing on our COVID-19 Testing page.

Get the Facts

Visit the Centers for Disease Control for all the latest guidance on protecting yourself against COVID-19.

All tests at City testing sites are offered at no cost to all people regardless of citizenship status or ability to pay.