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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.

All City of Chicago-operated sites accept walk-ins. Appointments are preferred but not required.

Chicagoans age 12-18 are able to receive vaccination at all City of Chicago sites offering Pfizer vaccine. Individuals under the age of 18 seeking vaccination need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

No Government issued ID or insurance required.


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SITE 

ADDRESS 

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION 

ELIGIBILITY 

TYPE OF VACCINE  

REGISTRATION

CDPH Greater Lawn Immunization Clinic

4150 W 55th St

Monday - Friday:

8am - 4pm

Anyone 12+ 

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

Walk-ins welcome. Create an account and register for an appointment at https://getvaxchi.chicago.gov If assistance is needed, email getvaxnow@chicago.gov


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SITE 

ADDRESS 

DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION 

ELIGIBILITY 

TYPE OF VACCINE  

REGISTRATION

Chicago Vocational Career Academy

2100 E 87th St

Tuesdays

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Anyone 12+ 

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

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.

Anyone 12+

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

Walk-ins welcome, appointments can be made online.

Additional information available on the CPS website.

Michele Clark High School

5101 W Harrison St

Thursdays

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Anyone 12+ 

Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

Walk-ins welcome, appointments can be made online.

Additional information available on the CPS website.


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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.

Chicagoans age 12-17 are now able to receive vaccination at all City of Chicago sites offering Pfizer vaccine. To book an appointment on Zocdoc, Chicagoans under 18 must have a parent or guardian book vaccine appointments on their behalf.

The City-run sites vaccinate emancipated minors, although they need to bring their court order confirming their status. Married minors can also get vaccinated and need to bring their marriage certificates.


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