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 opening mass vaccination sites. Located across the city, these mass vaccinations sites support citywide vaccine access.

Proof of address is required for all first dose appointments at City sites, with the exception of United Center. Please see the list of documents one can provide to prove a Chicago address.

No one under the age of 18 is allowed to enter a City site.


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City Site Information

Address

Hours

Registration Information

3823 S. Indiana Ave.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday

9am - 2pm

To ensure equitable distribution of vaccine, this site is currently restricted to residents of 60609, 60615, 60616, 60617, 60619, 60620, 60621, 60628, 60629, 60632, 60633, 60636, 60637, 60638, 60643, 60649, 60652, 60653, 60655, 60827 ONLY. (Updated April 9th)

Sign up at https://events.juvare.com/IL-IDPH/htb3c/

Proof of address is required on site and must match the information provided in registration. No Government issued ID or insurance required.

This site is administering the Pfizer vaccine, which 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.

The City of Chicago will not provide vaccination to anyone under the age of 18.

No children allowed on site.

Address

Hours

Registration Information

7500 S. Pulaski Rd

Tuesday-Friday: Noon-6pm

Saturday: 9am-3pm

To ensure equitable distribution of vaccine, this site is currently restricted to residents of 60609, 60615, 60616, 60617, 60619, 60620, 60621, 60628, 60629, 60632, 60633, 60636, 60637, 60638, 60643, 60649, 60652, 60653, 60655, 60827 ONLY. (Updated April 9th)

Sign up at https://events.juvare.com/IL-IDPH/w99st/ 

Proof of address is required on site and must match the information provided in registration. No Government issued ID or insurance required.

This site is administering the Pfizer vaccine, which 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.

The City of Chicago will not provide vaccination to anyone under the age of 18.

No children allowed on site.

Address

Hours

Registration Information

9501 S. King Drive

Monday - Friday: Noon - 6pm

Saturday: 9am-3pm

To ensure equitable distribution of vaccine, this site is currently restricted to residents of 60609, 60615, 60616, 60617, 60619, 60620, 60621, 60628, 60629, 60632, 60633, 60636, 60637, 60638, 60643, 60649, 60652, 60653, 60655, 60827 ONLY. (Updated April 9th)

Sign up at https://events.juvare.com/IL-IDPH/8znxt/

Proof of address is required on site and must match the information provided in registration. No Government issued ID or insurance required.

This site is administering the Pfizer vaccine, which 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.

The City of Chicago will not provide vaccination to anyone under the age of 18.

No children allowed on site.

The drive-thru for Chicago State University will open in mid-April. Check back for more information.


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Things to know

City sites are open to 1a, 1b, and 1c eligible Chicagoans 18+. With the exception of the United Center, proof of address is required for 1st dose appointments. Please see the list of documents one can provide to prove your Chicago address.

Sign-up options vary for different sites. Review each site's webpage for details.

If you are not a Chicago resident but received your first dose in Chicago, you can receive your 2nd dose at the same site in the city. Proof of address is required for 1st dose appointments only. The best practice is to receive your 2nd dose at the same location as your 1st.