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COVID-19 Vaccination Info by County

Champaign County

Carle Health, in partnership with Champaign Urbana Public Health District, is vaccinating anyone 12 and older who lives or works in Champaign County. We have many available vaccine appointments available at this time and encourage those who have yet to receive their vaccine to schedule an appointment today.

For the week of Sunday, May 9, the Vaccine Clinic at Kohl's Plaza will be open Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. for first dose Pfizer appointments. 

Note – those who are 12-17 years old are currently only eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.

Scheduling:

The Vaccine Clinic at Kohl’s Plaza, 1901 N Market St. Champaign is currently accepting vaccine appointments.

  1. Walk-in vaccine appointments are now available at Kohl's Plaza effective Sunday, May 2.
  2. Anyone 18 and older can schedule through MyCarle. For safety, patients aged 12-17 must call to schedule to ensure the available vaccine matches the manufacturer’s guidance for administration.

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  3. You may call (217) 902-6100. Please note that you may have an extended wait time if we're experiencing high call volumes. 
  4. For minors, homebound patients and those needing interpreter services, sign up here for notification of vaccine appointments.

 


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Coles County

Carle Health in partnership with the Coles County Health Department (CCHD) is currently vaccinating those individuals who live or work in Coles County.

 

Scheduling:

Appointments available at Carle Mattoon on Hurst, 2512 Hurst Dr., Mattoon.

  1. For fastest service, anyone 18 and older can schedule through MyCarle. For safety, patients aged 12-17 must call to schedule to ensure the available vaccine matches the manufacturer’s guidance for administration.

    VISIT MYCARLE
  2. You may call (217) 902-6100. Please note that you may have an extended wait time if we're experiencing high call volumes.
  3. For minors, homebound patients and those needing interpreter services, sign up here for notification of vaccine appointments.

Note – those who are 12-17 years old are currently only eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.

 

DeWitt County Health Department

DeWitt-Piatt County Health Department is now offering vaccinations to anyone 18 or older who either works or lives in DeWitt or Piatt counties.

You must receive the vaccine in the county you reside/work in; Piatt County residents cannot get vaccinations in DeWitt County and vice-versa.

Please call their office to schedule a first dose appointment:   

  • DeWitt County residents call (217) 935-3427 ext. 2114 for an appointment at 5924 Revere Road in Clinton.
  • Piatt County residents call (217) 762-7911 ext. 2211 for an appointment at 1020 S. Market St. in Monticello. 

All second dose appointments already made for:

  • May 10 and 12 will remain at the Monticello Community Building. 
  • May 11 and 13 will remain at the Clinton High School. 

If you need to reschedule a second dose appointment, please call 217-935-3427 ext. 2112.

Follow local media, Facebook and website for new vaccination clinic information based on weekly supply. 

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Douglas County

Douglas County COVID vaccination appointments are open to anyone wanting one, regardless of county residency. Please be aware age requirements (18+ for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, 12+ for Pfizer) must still be met.

Appointment registration links are posted on the DCHD website on Fridays at 4:30 p.m. for the following week’s clinics. The links will remain operational until there are no appointments left for the clinic. Register online. Appointments will fill quickly.

Second dose clinics: Those who need a second dose should pre-register at specified second dose clinics. Make sure the date of the clinic is on or after the date written on the back of your vaccine record card. Individuals awaiting first dose are not eligible to receive vaccine during a second dose clinic.

Visit the DCHD website for a step-by-step video tutorial of how to register. 


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Edwards County

Edwards County is partnering with Wabash County to vaccinate anyone 18 or older who lives or works in Illinois.

To schedule an appointment, call the Wabash County Health Department (618) 263-3873. If you call and get their answering service during normal business hours, please be patient. Please watch ECHO Facebook, the Wabash County Health Department Facebook and the media for updates.


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Effingham County

Effingham County is now vaccinating any Illinois residents aged 18 and older. 

Please register online for an appointment. The department will share a link for each individual clinic where individuals will be able to go online and book their appointment. Appointments can be made online until midnight the day before the clinic, or until the appointments are fully booked, whichever comes first.

ECHD has scheduled upcoming clinics. Once the department receives the links for these clinics it will share them with the public and explain how to make those appointments. For those who do not have access to register online, the Effingham Public Library has computer access and will print tickets for free; or call the health department and ask for help registering.

They will post information on upcoming clinic details through their website and Facebook page.

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Ford County

Ford County is now vaccinating any Illinois residents aged 18 years or older. 

Please visit the FCPHD's COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Scheduling page to schedule your first and second dose appointments. 

If you are not available for the second dose appointment, you will be responsible to check for vaccine availability in other locations and schedule your second dose.

Please continue to monitor FCPHD’s social media pages, website, and local radio stations for the latest updates.


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Iroquois County

Carle Primary Care locations in Iroquois County are now offering vaccine appointments and encourage those who have yet to receive their vaccine to schedule an appointment today. Call your local Carle clinic to schedule these. Vaccine is open to anyone age 18 and older. 

Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) is hosting community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics and will notify the public of vaccine availability. Please call ICPHD at (815) 432-2483 or visit their website or Facebook page to schedule your appointment.

Cissna Park (815) 457-2146
Milford: (815) 889-4011
Watseka: (815) 432-8200


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Jasper County

Jasper County is providing vaccine to all persons aged 18 years and above. You do not have to live or work in Jasper County to receive the vaccine. JCHD has also scheduled a special Pfizer clinic on May 18 for anyone aged 16 or older.

COVID vaccine clinics are by appointment only. Check their website to see if you fit the criteria before registering for a particular clinic. 

If you received your first dose from Jasper County, you need to schedule your second dose with Jasper County when it is time for your second vaccine.

Go to their website to register. If the scheduled clinics do not work for you, if you need help scheduling, or if you have a special needs child or child over age 12 and need the vaccine, please call the health department at (618) 783-4436 for assistance.  

Get updates on Facebook, Jasper County News online, Code Red phone alerts (click here to sign up for Code Red), WIKK and the Jasper County Chamber. 


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Lawrence County

Lawrence County Health Department (LCHD) is currently vaccinating anyone aged 18 or older who lives or works in Illinois.

Qualifying individuals can schedule appointments online through their website.

LCHD has a call center to assist with vaccine appointments. (833) 621-1284 will be available seven days a week from 6 a.m. to midnight.

Information on upcoming clinics is shared through social media and their website. Please contact LCHD at (618) 943-3302 if you have any questions.

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Livingston County

The Livingston County Health Department (LCHD) is now making appointments available to all Illinois residents aged 18 and older; however, some exceptions may apply, so please read clinic details before scheduling. LCHD has also scheduled a special Pfizer clinic on June 5 for anyone aged 12 or older.

Directions for appointment scheduling and links for registration are available on the LCHD website. Appointments are required. You will need to show an ID at the time of your appointment. 

For those with limited mobility, a vaccine may be brought to your vehicle during your appointment. Please let the parking attendant know upon your arrival to request vaccination in your vehicle.

All second dose appointments will be scheduled upon attending your first dose appointment.

The LCHD will not be returning calls related to COVID-19 vaccinations at this time. If you have questions or concerns about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, please contact your healthcare provider. Please continue to check the LCHD website or Facebook page and local media outlets for up-to-date information. 

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McLean County

Carle BroMenn Medical Center, in partnership with McLean County Health Department are hosting vaccine clinics for residents ages 12 years and older. The clinic will be open by appointment only.

Scheduling:
Carle staff are contacting patients to schedule a vaccination.

For minors, homebound patients and those needing interpreter services, sign up here for notification of vaccine appointments.

*Please note that residents aged 12-17 can only be scheduled when the Pfizer vaccine is offered.

Those eligible for this clinic must:

  • Live or work in McLean County.
  • Make an appointment.
  • Be able to return either 21 or 28 days later for a second dose (varies by vaccine manufacturer).
  • Not have received a vaccine in the last 14 days.
  • Bring insurance card and identification.
  • Wear short sleeve shirt to the appointment.

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Piatt County Health Department

DeWitt-Piatt County Health Department is now offering vaccinations to anyone 18 or older who either works or lives in DeWitt or Piatt counties. 

You must receive the vaccine in the county you reside/work in; Piatt County residents cannot get vaccinations in DeWitt County and vice-versa.

Please call their office to schedule a first dose appointments:   

  • DeWitt County residents call (217) 935-3427 ext. 2114 for an appointment at 5924 Revere Road in Clinton.
  • Piatt County residents call (217) 762-7911 ext. 2211 for an appointment at 1020 S. Market St. in Monticello. 

All second dose appointments already made for:

  • May 10 and 12 will remain at the Monticello Community Building. 
  • May 11 and 13 will remain at the Clinton High School. 

If you need to reschedule a second dose appointment, please call 217-935-3427 ext. 2112.

Follow local media, Facebook and website for new vaccination clinic information based on weekly supply.

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Richland County

Richland County TB and Health Office is offering vaccination clinics for individuals age 18 and over each Thursday beginning May 6 at their office at 501 S. Whittle Ave. in Olney. To make an appointment, call 618-392-6241 or visit the public health website for more information.

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Vermilion County


Carle is offering vaccines to anyone 16 years of age or older by appointment only at:
•    Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, 701 E. Orange St., Hoopeston, IL 
•    Carle Danville on Fairchild, 311 W. Fairchild, Danville, IL

Scheduling:

  1. For fastest service, anyone 18 and older can schedule through MyCarle. For safety, patients aged 12-17 must call to schedule to ensure the available vaccine matches the manufacturer’s guidance for administration.
    VISIT MYCARLE
  2. You may call (217) 902-6100. Please note that you may have an extended wait time if we're experiencing high call volumes. 
  3. For minors, homebound patients and those needing interpreter services, sign up here for notification of vaccine appointments.
 

To be vaccinated at these sites, you must either live or work in Vermilion County.

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Woodford County

Anyone 12 or older who lives or works in Woodford County and has not received any type of vaccine within the past 14 days is eligible to receive the vaccine.

Vaccine will be administered by appointment only. Patients should enter the main hospital entrance and follow the red signage to the vaccine clinic site.

 

Scheduling:

For minors, homebound patients and those needing interpreter services, sign up here for notification of vaccine appointments.

 *Please note that residents aged 12 – 17 can only be scheduled when the Pfizer vaccine is offered

Those eligible for this clinic must:

  • Make an appointment. 
  • Be able to return either 21 or 28 days later for a second dose (varies by vaccine manufacturer).
  • Not have received a vaccine in the last 14 days. 
  • Bring insurance card and identification. 
  • Wear short sleeves to the appointment.

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All Other Counties

To find out when vaccine may be available to you in your community, please check your local public health department website and social media or visit the Illinois Department of Public Health website.