City Sites


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While the best place to get your COVID-19 vaccine is with your healthcare provider, the City of Chicago is operating multiple vaccination sites.

  • Chicagoans over the age of 12 are able to receive vaccination at all City of Chicago sites offering Pfizer vaccine.
  • Starting November 13, CDPH will host family vaccination clinics at City Colleges of Chicago. These events will offer pediatric COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines for children age 5-11, as well as Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines and booster doses to all Chicagoans.
  • While generally a parent or legal guardian must accompany individuals under the age of 18 seeking vaccination, parents may now consent to their vaccine-eligible minor being vaccinated without their presence at CDPH walk-in immunization clinics, CDPH Mobile CareVan events, and certain select CPS clinics. 
  • No Government issued ID or insurance required.

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City of Chicago Family Vaccination Clinics

Starting November 13, CDPH will host family vaccination clinics at City Colleges of Chicago.  

ELIGIBILITY: All City-operated family vaccination clinics at City Colleges of Chicago will be open to people over the age of 5 who have a City of Chicago address. 

TYPE OF VACCINE: All clinics will offer pediatric COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines, as well as Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson primary and booster doses to all Chicagoans. You must be 18 or older to receive a J&J vaccine. 

HOURS OF OPERATION: All clinics will be open 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION: Registration is required. No walk-ins will be allowed. Register online or by phone at (312) 746-4835.

REGISTER HERE

 

LOCATION

DATE

TIME

ELIGIBILITY

TYPE OF VACCINE

WALK-IN OR APPOINTMENT

NORTH/ CENTRAL

TRUMAN COLLEGE

1145 W. Wilson Ave, Chicago, IL 60640

 

SATURDAYS

Dec.18 & Jan. 8

 

9am - 2pm

Chicago residents only age 5 and older

Pfizer 5-11, Pfizer 12+, and J&J 18+

 

No walk-ins allowed. Register online or call (312) 746-4835.

WEST

MALCOLM X COLLEGE

1900 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60612

 

SUNDAYS

Dec. 19 & Jan. 9

 

9am - 2pm

NEAR SOUTH

KENNEDY-KING COLLEGE

6301 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60621

SATURDAYS

Nov. 20 & Dec.11

9am - 2pm

FAR SOUTH

OLIVE-HARVEY COLLEGE

10001 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60628

 

SUNDAYS

Nov. 21 & Dec. 12

 9am - 2pm

NORTHWEST

WILBUR WRIGHT COLLEGE

4300 N Narragansett Ave, Chicago, IL 60634

 

SUNDAYS

Nov. 14 & Dec. 5

 

9am - 2pm

SOUTHWEST

 

RICHARD J. DALEY COLLEGE

7500 S Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL 60652

 

SATURDAYS

Nov. 13 & Dec. 4

 

9am - 2pm


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Other Vaccination Clinics at City Colleges

There is a vaccination site at Arturo Velasquez Institute that is operated by Alivio Medical Center and has different registration process and requirements. Please refer to the information in the table below.

 

LOCATION

DAY

TIME

ELIGIBILITY

TYPE OF VACCINE

WALK-IN OR APPOINTMENT

ARTURO VELASQUEZ INSTITUTE

2800 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608

 

 Monday 9am-12pm Anyone age 5+

Pfizer 5-11, Pfizer 12+, Moderna 18+, and J&J 18+

 

Walk-ins welcome. Register online or by phone at 773-254-1400.
Tuesday 9am-4pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday  1pm-7pm
Friday 9am-12pm
Saturday 9am-2pm
Sunday Closed

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City of Chicago Standing Immunization Clinics

CDPH operates two immunization clinics in Greater Lawn and Uptown. Starting November 15, these clinics will also offer pediatric COVID-19 vaccines by appointment only. In general a parent or guardian must accompany any minor under 18, however, parents may now consent to their vaccine-eligible minor being vaccinated without their presence at CDPH walk-in immunization clinics, CDPH Mobile CareVan events and certain select CPS clinics. 

CLINIC

ADDRESS 

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION 

ELIGIBILITY 

TYPE OF VACCINE  

WALK-IN OR APPOINTMENT

CDPH Greater Lawn Immunization Clinic

4150 W 55th St

Monday - Friday:

8am - 3pm

Chicago residents only, age 12+ 

Pfizer 12+ and J&J 18+, Pfizer 5-11 planned

Walk-ins welcome, but registration highly encouraged. Create an account and register for an appointment at https://getvaxchi.chicago.gov or by calling 312 745-1477. If assistance is needed, email getvaxnow@chicago.gov.

CDPH Uptown WIC Clinic

845 W. Wilson Ave., 2nd level

Mon, Wed, Fri:

8am - 3pm

Tues, Thurs:

9am - 4pm

Chicago residents only, age 12+

Pfizer 12+ and J&J 18+, Pfizer 5-11 planned

Walk-ins welcome, but registration highly encouraged. Create an account and register for an appointment at https://getvaxchi.chicago.gov or by calling 312 742-3227. If assistance is needed, email getvaxnow@chicago.gov


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CPS School-based Vaccination Sites

CPS has opened four school-based vaccination sites specifically for its students and families, and CPS staff, at the schools listed below. Pediatric doses for children age 5-11 will be available starting November 15th. Visit cps.edu/COVID for details.

SITE 

ADDRESS 

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION 

ELIGIBILITY 

TYPE OF VACCINE  

WALK-IN OR APPOINTMENT

Chicago Vocational Career Academy

2100 E 87th St

Tuesdays

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Anyone 12+ 
  • Pfizer (12+)
  • Johnson & Johnson (18+)
  • Moderna (18+)
  • Pfizer 5-11 Planned

 

Walk-ins welcome, appointments can be made online.

Additional information available on the CPS website.

 

Theodore Roosevelt High School

3436 W Wilson Ave

Wednesdays

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Michele Clark High School

5101 W Harrison St

Thursdays

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Richards High School

 5009 S Laflin St  Fridays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you receive the Pfizer vaccine, it requires a series of two vaccination doses spaced 21 days apart. You will be automatically scheduled to receive your second dose at the same location 21 days after your first dose. Please ensure you will be available for your second dose appointment when making your selection for your first dose date and time.


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