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COVID-19 Vaccination Info by County

Champaign County

All vaccine appointments at Kohl’s Plaza Vaccination Clinic are currently full. Stay tuned to carle.org, social media and your local health department for when additional vaccine becomes available. Like other parts of the country, we anticipate very limited first dose appointments in the coming weeks. We appreciate your patience.

Carle Health, in partnership with Champaign Urbana Public Health District, is now vaccinating:

  • Residents 16-64 with underlying health conditions or disabilities, 
  • Residents 65 or older in-person 

And those who live or work in Champaign County in these categories:

  • healthcare workers outlined in Phase 1a as those in hospital and non-hospital settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials as well as those who care for a disabled family member.
  • staff at licensed daycare workers State of Illinois approved early childhood and licensed daycares and K-12 (public, private, and parochial) schools. 
  • other essential workers outlined in Phase 1b.

Please note: Rantoul and Urbana school employees should follow employer-provided specific clinic instructions. 

The Vaccine Clinic at Kohl’s Plaza at 1901 N Market St. Champaign is by appointment only.

For fastest service, schedule directly through MyCarle. You may also schedule by calling (217) 902-6100 or request a call back online. 

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To be vaccinated, residents must:

  • Be age 16-64 years old AND have one of these health conditions:
    • Cancer
    • Chronic kidney disease
    • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or other lung diseases such as asthma
    • Down Syndrome
    • Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies
    • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant
    • Obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 kg/m2 or higher but < 40 kg/m2)
    • Severe Obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2)
    • Pregnancy
    • Sickle cell disease
    • Smoking
    • Type 2 diabetes mellitus
  • Be age 65 years and older and live independently, not at a nursing home or assisted living center where vaccine will be provided to residents OR
  • be a Phase 1a healthcare worker as defined by IDPH:
    • Hospital: Nurses, nursing assistants, nursing practitioners, nurse’s aide, physicians, physician assistants, medical assistants, respiratory technicians, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), COVID-19 sample lab workers, organ harvesters and students on clinical rotations. Other workers in hospital settings at elevated risk such as environmental services staff, reception staff, x-ray technicians, phlebotomists, dietary staff, laundry staff, security staff, crisis intervention staff, interpreters and clergy/pastoral/chaplains.
    • Non-hospital healthcare: Nurses, nursing assistants, nursing practitioners, nurse’s aide, physicians, physician assistants, medical assistants, respiratory technicians, dentists and hygienists, pharmacists, plasma and blood donation staff, morticians, pubic health nurses, home health, school nurses, optometrist, COVID-19 testing staff, dermatologists, dialysis staff, urgent care workers, corrections, physical/occupational/speech therapists, vaccine clinic workers, EMTs including air medical transport and those who work in congregate care settings.
  • be staff at a licensed daycare, early childhood or K-12 educational setting OR
  • be an essential workers defined as:
    • Grocery store: Baggers, Cashiers, Stockers, Pick-Up, Customer Service.
    • Food and Agriculture: Processing, Plants, Veterinary Health, Livestock Services, Animal Care.
    • Shelter/Adult Day Care
    • Postal Service.
    • Manufacturing: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale or other manufacturers. 
    • Public Transit: Flight Crew, Bus Drivers, Train Conductors, Taxi Drivers, Para-Transit Drivers, In-Person Support, Ride Sharing Services.
  • 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 if you have one.

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Coles County

The Coles County Health Department (CCHD) continues to vaccinate those individuals in phase 1b. The county is prioritizing vaccine to essential workers and residents age 65 and older; however, starting Feb. 25, CCHD will also be offering vaccinations to those aged 18-64 with the following medical conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
  • Diabetes
  • Heart condition
  • Immunocompromised state from a solid organ transplant
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Pulmonary disease
  • Sickle cell disease
How to register:
  • Those 65 and older should call (217) 258-7489 to register for an appointment. The phone line is available from 8 a.m. to 5 pm. The line is unavailable when all appointments are full. 
  • Essential workers and those with eligible medical conditions should email COVID19@co.coles.il.us to request a vaccine. Be sure to include your legal name, birth date, cell phone and email address. You may be asked to bring proof of applicable condition with you when you are vaccinated. 

COVID-19 vaccine first doses will be limited the next couple of weeks as CCHD works through those who are eligible under phases 1a and 1b. Check this site and the Coles County Health Department social media for announcements of next available vaccine appointments. Enroll in CodeRED for the latest information regarding COVID-19 vaccinations. To enroll, text the keyword “ColesAlerts” to the number 99411 and follow the sign-up instructions.

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DeWitt County Health Department

DeWitt-Piatt County Health Department is currently in Phase 1b vaccinating those eligible who work or reside in DeWitt and Piatt counties. In addition to essential workers and residents age 65 and older, beginning Feb. 25, those aged 18-64 with certain medical conditions are eligible to receive vaccination. A list of eligible health conditions may be found on the DPCHD website. You must receive the vaccine in the county you reside/work in; Piatt County residents cannot get vaccinations in DeWitt County and vice-versa.

The SignUpGenius link is the best option; however, due to delayed vaccine shipments, DPCHD will not load any additional SignUpGenius links for appointments until more vaccine is available. 

DPCHD is prioritizing second dose appointments until they receive more vaccine. If you have scheduled a first dose appointment and are not considered vulnerable and age 65 or older, please consider canceling your appointment. Wait for more SignUpGenius links to come and re-schedule your appointment at that time. Please email info@dewittpiatthealth.com your cancellation.

For those needing their second dose, if you have a date and time noted on the vaccination card you received at your first dose appointment, that is your appointment and you do not need to go through the SignUpGenius to schedule. At this time, second dose appointments are not set up for email reminders. If you are unsure of your appointment, call the DPCHD at (217) 395-3427 ext. 2112.

For those without internet access, call (217) 395-3427 ext. 2112 but please be prepared for a longer wait time.

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

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Douglas County

First dose clinics: Douglas County is currently in Phase 1b prioritizing those 65 and older who need their first dose at weekly clinics through March. Due to limited supply, vaccine appointments are only open to those 65 and older. Once vaccine has been received, appointment registration links will be posted on DCHD website on Friday afternoons at approximately 4:30 p.m. Register online. Appointments will fill quickly and DCHD recommends that people comfortable entering information online offer to help their 65+ loved ones who may need help scheduling. To secure an appointment, you'll need to know: an email address, their full name, home address, state, zip, birthdate, race, ethnicity, and country. 

Second dose clinics: Many who received their first vaccine at their work site/fire station can expect to receive their second the same. 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 who lives or works in Wabash or Edwards Counties and qualifies for Phase 1b. This now includes those 65 and older, frontline essential workers and manufacturing employees. Vaccines have been approved for individuals ages 18-64 with certain health conditions beginning Feb. 25. If you qualify, call the Wabash County Health Department (618) 263-3873 now to schedule your appointment. You will be required to attest to your position and how it qualifies you to be in this phase. 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 currently vaccinating Phase 1b. Those eligible (healthcare workers, first responders, school staff members, and Effingham residents 65 and older) can call Effingham County Health Department at (217) 342-9237 and follow the directions to be added to the waitlist. Or you can call the number direct at 217-342-1147; however, it may be a few weeks before you get a call back with an appointment. ECHD is planning additional clinics as they receive their next shipment of the vaccine. Please do not message them via Facebook, as they will only be adding those who contact their office. Their telephone system attaches each voicemail to an email sent to their staff in the order received with a time stamp. They are adding those to the wait list and will allocate those names to clinics in the order received. An appointment is required. Please note that the booking link for each clinic is different and they will keep a small amount of appointments back for those who cannot use the internet.

For those who have already had their first shot, please note that the date on the back of your vaccine card is the first date you are eligible for your second shot; this is NOT an appointment date. ECHD will contact those who have already received a first vaccine with their department to set up an appointment for their second dose. This appointment will likely be several days to a couple of weeks after the date on vaccine cards.

ECHD encourages those over the age of 65 who have not yet signed up for the waiting list to do so now, before other groups from 1b are added to the clinics. They will post information on upcoming clinic details through their website and Facebook page.

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Ford County

Ford County is in Phase 1b vaccinating residents 65 and older and “frontline essential workers.” Register online or call (217) 379-9281. FCPHD prefers residents register online for the vaccine to assist with the incoming calls. Under the COVID-19 tab, Ford county residents can submit their information for the waiting list. Residents will receive a call from the health department when a vaccine is available. Veterans aged 65 and older can call Veterans Affairs at (217) 554-4444 to schedule a vaccine appointment for the Danville main facility or their outpatient clinics in Bloomington, Decatur, Peoria or Springfield. 

Note: To receive a vaccine from the Ford County Health Department, you must live or work in Ford County, whereas there are no residency restrictions to receive a vaccine from a retail pharmacy through IDPH.

For those who have already had their first shot, please note that the date on the back of your vaccine card is NOT an appointment date. Your second dose will be around the date specified on the back of your card. However you were contacted to schedule the first dose (whether by local hospital or by FCHD) is how you will be contacted to schedule the 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

Iroquois County is currently in Phase 1b. The Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) is hosting community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics and will notify the public of vaccine availability. ICPHD is expecting to receive weekly or bi-weekly allocations of the COVID-19 vaccine from the State of Illinois. Please note that this vaccine is available by appointment only to practice safe social distancing. Individuals who arrive without a previously scheduled appointment will not be eligible to receive the vaccine at that time. Appointments are reserved for qualifying individuals who live in Iroquois County. Please call ICPHD at (815) 432-2483 to schedule your appointment. Do not contact your healthcare provider or ICPHD to be placed on a wait list, as they are not keeping a registry of those who want the vaccine. Please watch the ICPHD’s social media page and website for future notification of upcoming clinics as more vaccine becomes available.

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Jasper County

Jasper County is currently in Phase 1b providing vaccine to those 65 and older and all who qualify as a frontline essential worker. They offer drive through COVID vaccine clinics by appointment only. Individuals awaiting first dose are not eligible to receive vaccine during a second dose clinic, so 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. No phone call appointments currently accepted. Get updates on Facebook , Jasper County News online, Code Red phone alerts (click here to sign up for Code Red – be sure to list an active number to ensure you receive updates), WIKK and the Jasper County Chamber. 

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Lawrence County

Lawrence County Health Department (LCHD) is currently in Phase 1b vaccinating frontline essential workers and those 65 years and older. The LCHD is scheduling clinics for individuals who reside or work in Lawrence County and were on the COVID-19 vaccine wait list. Qualifying individuals can schedule appointments online through their website. LCHD has created a survey to determine how many Lawrence County residents 65 and older would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Residents 65 or older who still need the vaccine are asked to complete the survey. 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

Per IDPH’s guidance, beginning February 25, 2021 Phase 1b will be divided into two parts:

  • Part 1: Age 65+ and Essential Workers
  • Part 2: Under age 65 with compromised immune system

Livingston County Health Department is currently in Phase 1b, Part 1 for vaccination distribution. Only Livingston County residents age 65+ and essential workers may register at this time.

A list of essential workers who qualify in Phase 1b, directions for appointment scheduling, and links for registration are all available on the LCHD website. Register fror an appointment via their website. Please do not call the LCHD with questions related to COVID-19 vaccinations. They will not be returning calls related to COVID-19 vaccinations at this time.

LCHD does not anticipate reaching Part 2 until at least April, 2021. As a reminder, there are other vaccination locations for those eligible in this phase; visit the IDPH COVID Vaccination Location page for a listing. Please continue to check the LCHD website or Facebook page and local media outlets for up-to-date information. Visit their website to see their mass vaccination plan.

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McLean County

Carle BroMenn Medical Center, in partnership with McLean County Health Department are hosting weekly vaccine clinics for residents in Phases 1a (healthcare personnel) and 1b (residents 65 years and older and those 18 years of age and older classified as essential frontline workers.) The clinic will be open by appointment only.

Scheduling appointments will be released Thursdays at McLean County Health Department website as vaccine becomes available.

Book online for fastest service. Residents without computer access call (309) 888-5600. 

Appointments will book quickly, but every resident interested in getting the vaccine is expected to be able to do so, but it may take several months.

Residents will leave their first vaccine appointment with an appointment to return to get the second dose of the vaccine.

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Piatt County Health Department

DeWitt-Piatt County Health Department is currently in Phase 1b vaccinating those eligible who work or reside in DeWitt and Piatt counties. In addition to essential workers and residents age 65 and older, beginning Feb. 25, those aged 18-64 with certain medical conditions are eligible to receive vaccination. A list of eligible health conditions may be found on the DPCHD website.  You must receive the vaccine in the county you reside/work in; Piatt County residents cannot get vaccinations in DeWitt County and vice-versa.

The SignUpGenius link is the best option; however, due to delayed vaccine shipments, DPCHD will not load any additional SignUpGenius links for appointments until more vaccine is available. 

DPCHD is prioritizing second dose appointments until they receive more vaccine. If you have scheduled a first dose appointment and are not considered vulnerable and age 65 or older, please consider canceling your appointment. Wait for more SignUpGenius links to come and re-schedule your appointment at that time. Please email info@dewittpiatthealth.com your cancellation.

For those needing their second dose, if you have a date and time noted on the vaccination card you received at your first dose appointment, that is your appointment and you do not need to go through the SignUpGenius to schedule. At this time, second dose appointments are not set up for email reminders. If you are unsure of your appointment, call the DPCHD at (217) 395-3427 ext. 2112.

For those without internet access, call (217) 395-3427 ext. 2112 but please be prepared for a longer wait time.

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

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Richland County

Appointments and vaccine information is available at the public health website. Please stay tuned for information regarding future vaccination clinics. Registrants must be residents of Richland County age 65+.

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Vermilion County

Vermilion County is currently in Phase 1b. Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, in partnership with Vermilion County Health Department, is currently vaccinating Vermilion County residents 65 and older. Carle is currently contacting eligible patients via phone and MyCarle to schedule appointments or you may call (217) 902-6100. For additional vaccination opportunities in the county, visit vchd.org
 
Vermilion County vaccine clinics by appointment only at:

Village Mall, 2917 N Vermilion St., Danville, IL (inside the former Hallmark storefront)
Please enter through the main mall entrance near Joann Fabrics.
 
Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center 701 E. Orange St., Hoopeston, IL
(enter Northwest doors).

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Woodford County

Carle is working with local public health officials on a phased approach for vaccine distribution. We are currently scheduling patients age 65 and older who live independently in Woodford County and have not received any type of vaccine within the past 14 days. 

The clinic will be by appointment only and patients should enter the main hospital entrance and follow the red signage. 

Scheduling: 
Carle staff will call patients in alphabetical order to schedule a vaccination. Please do not call the hospital or clinic for an appointment. Staff at those locations will not be able to set up a vaccine appointment for you.

Those eligible for this clinic must: 

  • Be age 65 years and older. 
  • Live independently, not at a nursing home or assisted living center where vaccine will be provided to residents. 
  • 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.