Vaccine Finder

How to Get Vaccinated

There are four ways Chicago residents can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Review the options to find the best way for you.

Your first contact should be your *health care provider, including your primary care provider, health clinic, or hospital where you have gotten medical care in the past. Over 600 health care providers have signed up with CDPH to distribute vaccine. Providers are also reaching out directly to schedule appointments with their existing patients. Healthcare providers have been asked to prioritize Chicagoans and current patients. Healthcare providers can still sign-up to be vaccine providers.

The City of Chicago has provided vaccines to pharmacies across Chicago. These pharmacies each have their own registration link which can be found below. Pharmacies have been asked to prioritize Chicagoans and current patients. 

  • Walgreens: register online, call your local Walgreens, or 1-800-WALGREENS (1-800-925-4733)
  • Mariano's
  • Walmart: call: 833-886-0023; Option 1
  • Jewel Osco: register online or call 877-723-3929
  • Chicago Costco Pharmacies register online for an appointment.
    • Chicago Costco Pharmacies  2745 N. Clybourn Ave (Licoln Park) : call (773)-360-2052
    • Chicago Costco Pharmacies 1430 S. Ashland (Chicago IL Medical District) : call (312) 492-3601
    • Other Illinois Costco Pharmacies

      NAPERVILLE

      1324 S ROUTE 59

      NAPERVILLE

      IL

      60564

      630-328-2905

      GLENVIEW

      2900 PATRIOT BLVD

      GLENVIEW

      IL

      60026

      847-730-1002

      BLOOMINGDALE

      505 W. ARMY TRAIL ROAD

      BLOOMINGDALE

      IL

      60108

      630-351-3037

      LAKE ZURICH

      680 S. RAND ROAD

      LAKE ZURICH

      IL

      60047

      847-540-3052

      NILES

      7311 N. MELVINA AVE

      NILES

      IL

      60714

      847-972-3002

      SCHAUMBURG

      1375 N. MEACHAM ROAD

      SCHAUMBURG

      IL

      60173

      847-969-0799

      OAKBROOK

      1901 WEST 22ND STREET

      OAKBROOK

      IL

      60523

      630-928-0220

      ORLAND PARK

      9915 W 159TH ST

      ORLAND PARK

      IL

      60467

      708-645-5343

      LAKE in the HILLS

      250 N, RANDALL RD

      LAKE in the HILLS

      IL

      60156

      847-960-9937

      MT. PROSPECT

      999 ELMHURST ROAD

      MT. PROSPECT

      IL

      60056

      847-660-2028

      ST.CHARLES

      215 S RANDALL RD

      ST.CHARLES

      IL

      60174

      630.549.2031

      METTAWA

      25901 RIVERWOODS RD

      METTAWA

      IL

      60045

      847-235-1309

      MELROSE PARK

      8400 WEST NORTH AVE

      MELROSE PARK

      IL

      60160

      708-397-2914

      BOLINGBROOK

      830 EAST BOUGHTON ROAD

      BOLINGBROOK

      IL

      60440

      630-410-0709

      EAST PEORIA

      301 W WASHINGTON

      EAST PEORIA

      IL

      61611

      309.427.2931

      N.RIVERSIDE

      2500 SOUTH HARLEM AVENUE

      NORTH RIVERSIDE

      IL

      60546

      708.853.1027

      LOVES PARK

      5000 Stadium Dr

      Loves Park

      IL

      61111

      779-513-8407

      CHAMPAIGN

      2002 N. Neil ST

      CHAMPAIGN

      IL

      61820

      217.600.6548

      PLAINFIELD

      16261 S Boulevard Place

      Plainfield

      IL

      60586

      815-676-1180

The City of Chicago does not endorse any of the listed organizations. This list is provided only as a convenience. See the full disclaimer.

Specific employers in prioritized essential worker groups will be able to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to their employees in 1b. CDPH is working directly with employers as vaccine becomes available; for example, first responders are already being vaccinated and others will begin soon. If you will receive your vaccine through your employer, you do not need to take any other action.

Chicago has partnered with Zocdoc to streamline Chicagoans’ access to COVID-19 vaccines. You can visit zocdoc.com/vaccine to confirm eligibility, see nearby vaccination locations, show their real-time appointment availability, and receive notifications when new appointments are available.  There will be limited supply at first, and more appointment availability will be added as more vaccines become available to providers. Frequently Asked Questions about Zocdoc.

Illinois

Some jurisdictions have expanded their eligibility to Chicagoans. Appointments are available across Illinois and Cook County. Please review the links below for vaccine appointments outside of Chicago. While we know everyone does not have the resources to travel, for those who do, please consider these alternative options.

Indiana

Anyone age 16+ from Chicago can be vaccinated in Indiana, regardless of residence, following a recent change in eligibility in Indiana. To register in Indiana, go to the Indiana Department of Public Health website or call 866-211-9966 if you do not have access to a computer or need assistance.

*If you have insurance but do not have a primary care provider, please check with your insurance company for a list of providers accepting new patients. If you do not have insurance, one option is to enroll with one of Chicago’s many Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Download the FQHC flyers in English and Spanish.

**Proof of residency will be required for all first dose appointments at City-supported sites beginning Monday, March 26, with the exception of United Center. Please see the list of documents one can provide to prove residency. Pharmacies and healthcare providers have been asked to prioritize Chicagoans and current patients. 

Chicago COVID-19 Vaccination Finder

There is a phased roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago with a very limited supply, so certain groups are prioritized. Currently, vaccination is available by appointment only for eligible individuals. The vaccine will be offered at no cost to all Chicagoans who want it, but patience is needed while vaccine quantities increase.  Be aware that most provider office locations have been instructed to start vaccination of their current patients before opening up appointments to others. 

Vaccine availability is limited and subject to change. Contact the provider to ask about availability and schedule an appointment. Many locations will start vaccination of their patients before opening up appointments to others. Some frontline essential workers may be able to access vaccine through their employer or be invited to City of Chicago PODs. 

In addition to using the COVID-19 Vaccination Finder, your first contact should be your health care provider, including your primary care provider, health clinic, or hospital where you have gotten medical care in the past. Check your provider’s website, electronic application (e.g., MyChart), or office recorded message for details on vaccine availability. Providers are also reaching out directly to schedule appointments with their existing patients, prioritizing those who are older with more underlying conditions. Many providers are not listed on the map because they will start by providing vaccine to their current patients before expanding to others. Check the details associated with each provider prior to calling or showing up at the office or pharmacy.

There is a phased roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago with a very limited supply, so certain groups are prioritized. Currently, vaccination is available by appointment only for eligible individuals