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COVID-19 Vaccination Info by County

Champaign County

We have a limited number of vaccine appointments available and will be contacting those who have requested a call back to fill those slots at this time.

Carle Health, in partnership with Champaign Urbana Public Health District, is vaccinating anyone 16 and older who lives or works in Champaign County. 

 

Scheduling:

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

  1. For fastest service, anyone 18 and older can schedule through MyCarle. For safety, patients aged 16-17 must call to schedule to ensure the available vaccine matches the manufacturer’s guidance for administration.

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  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. To receive notification of when vaccine appointments are available in your area, sign up here.

 


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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 16-17 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. To receive notification of when vaccine appointments are available in your area, sign up here.

 

 

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.

As of April 20, 2021 DPCHD is moving all first dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments to their office locations. Anyone scheduled for April 21, 2021 will need to go to the Piatt County office. 

Due to a decrease in signups, DPCHD will begin scheduling first dose appointments by phone. 

  • 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 5, 10, and 12 will remain at the Monticello Community Building. 
  • May 4, 6, 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

First dose clinics: Douglas County is currently vaccinating those who live or work in Douglas County and are 18 or older; however, some exceptions may apply, so please read clinic details before scheduling. 

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 live or work in Douglas County and 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.

Note: DCHD will not be offering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at this time, following recommendations by the CDC and FDA that the one-dose vaccine rollout be temporarily paused after reports of six isolated cases of blood clots in recipients. While those adverse events were noted among more than 6.8 million doses having been administered in the US since its emergency use authorization, a pause was ordered in an abundance of caution while further review of cases is conducted. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines remain fully available and appointments for those will continue as scheduled. DCHD is reaching out to people with J&J appointments to make alternate arrangements.

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. The Wabash County Health Department is scheduling a special Pfizer clinic to vaccinate students in Wabash and Edwards Counties aged 16-18. Parents must complete a consent form prior to their child’s vaccination.

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.

Note: ECHD received news of the recommended pause in use of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. This news came after six U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot in individuals receiving the J&J vaccine were reported. Although the risk is very low, ECHD is taking appropriate precautions. They removed all vaccine of this type and contacted other local providers to ensure their J & J vaccine was shelved as well. 

For people who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine more than a month ago, the risk is very low at this time. People who recently got the vaccine - within the last three weeks - should be aware of symptoms such as severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath. If you have received the J&J COVID-19 vaccine and develop any of these symptoms, contact your healthcare provider, or seek medical care. ECHD has offered only a limited number of these vaccinations; however, individuals may have travelled outside the area to secure this brand of vaccine.

Additionally, they are not seeing these effects with the other two vaccines available. People who have vaccine appointments with the other vaccines should continue with their appointment.

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 those 18 years and older. 

Please check their website daily to view upcoming clinics and links to schedule your first and second dose appointments. Under the COVID-19 tab, click COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Scheduling. There you will find the vaccine schedule link as well as the vaccine available for that clinic.

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.

Note: The CDC & FDA have recommended a pause in using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  FCPHD will NOT be giving any J&J vaccine until it has been deemed safe to continue to vaccinate individuals with this vaccine. The county is reviewing and adjusting their vaccine clinics with this information.

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 has expanded vaccine eligibility to all Illinois residents age 18 and over, though some exceptions may apply, so please read clinic details before scheduling. 

Iroquois County Public Health Department (ICPHD) is hosting community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics and will notify the public of vaccine availability. 

Please note: Out of an abundance of caution, IDPH is 'requiring a pause' in the use of Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine at this time, as advised by the CDC and FDA. Please see the media statement released by the CDC and FDA for more information. 

Moderna Vaccine Clinics and Pfizer Vaccine Clinics are available. Please call ICPHD at (815) 432-2483 or visit their website or Facebook page to schedule your appointment.

Please note that the 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.

Please watch ICPHD’s social media page and website for future notification of upcoming clinics.

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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. 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.

Please note: Jasper County will be following guidelines to pause the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. If you were scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you may cancel your appointment or keep the appointment and receive the first dose Moderna vaccine. If you choose to keep your appointment, you will not be required to get a new appointment or new ticket. If you choose to cancel, you may do so by clicking the link on your text message you received or message Jasper County and they will cancel it for you.

Go to their website to register. If you need help registering send them a private message through Facebook or call the health department. 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 vaccinating anyone aged 18 or older who lives or works in Illinois.

Qualifying individuals can schedule appointments online through their website.

LCHD has developed a new 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.

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. If you received your first dose elsewhere, LCHD will not be able to complete your second dose at this time.

Please Note: Per CDC and IDPH, all Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics have been paused out of an abundance of caution. As a result, the J&J clinic scheduled for April 26 in Dwight has been put on hold. Please see the media statement released by the CDC and FDA for more information. 

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. 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 vaccine clinics for residents ages 16 years and older. The clinic will be open by appointment only.

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

To receive notification of when vaccine appointments are available in your area, sign up here.
*Please note that residents aged 16-17 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.

As of April 20, 2021 DPCHD is moving all first dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments to their office locations. Anyone scheduled for April 21, 2021 will need to go to the Piatt County office. 

Due to a decrease in signups, DPCHD will begin scheduling first dose appointments by phone. 

  • 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 5, 10, and 12 will remain at the Monticello Community Building. 
  • May 4, 6, 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

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 18+.

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Vermilion County

Effective Friday, April 23, COVID-19 vaccines will no longer be offered at Village Mall on Vermilion Street in Danville.

Carle worked in conjunction with the Illinois Department of Public Health to provide vaccines at the temporary location.

Carle will continue to offer 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:

Advanced appointments are encouraged. 

  1. For fastest service, anyone 18 and older can schedule through MyCarle. For safety, patients aged 16-17 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. To receive notification of when vaccine appointments are available in your area, sign up here.
 

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

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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 anyone 16 or older who lives or works in Woodford County who 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 are contacting patients to schedule a vaccination.

To receive notification of when vaccine appointments are available in your area, sign up here.

 *Please note that residents aged 16 – 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.