Everyone 16 years of age and older living in Chicago is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination! Chicagoans can look for vaccine appointments at zocdoc.com/vaccine or use the City's COVID-19 Vaccine Finder to identify additional vaccine providers. New appointments will be added frequently, and people are encouraged to check back.
Additionally, all City-operated vaccination sites are now accepting walk-ins and have extended vaccine eligibility to Chicagoans 16 and 17 years old starting immediately! People are still encouraged to make appointments ahead of time via Zocdoc to guarantee themselves a dose. Chicagoans under 18 must have a parent or guardian present during their appointment, and those 16 and 17 can only receive a Pfizer dose.
The following pharmacies also offer vaccinations and their own scheduling: Chicago Costco Pharmacies, CVS, Jewel Osco, Mariano’s, and Walgreens. Contact the pharmacy directly about possible appointments.
Residents should also check with their primary care physicians. More than 350 hospitals, health clinics, medical practices, pharmacies and other providers receive vaccine for distribution to local residents.
To learn about Chicago’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout, visit www.chicago.gov/covidvax.