COVID-19 Vaccine

Northbrook/Glenview Vaccination Clinic for Children Ages 5-11

The Village of Northbrook is partnering with the Village of Glenview and Jewel-Osco to offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics to children ages 5-11 at the former Grainger site (1657 Shermer Road). Jewel-Osco has confirmed allocation of over 1,000 doses at each of two clinics: 

  • Thursday, November 11 (1st dose) / December 2 (2nd dose) 
  • Wednesday, November 17 (1st dose) / December 8 (2nd dose)

Clinics will be held from 2pm-7:45pm. Appointments are required. Register for an appointment at

Please note that these clinics will only have pediatric doses; there will not be an opportunity to vaccinate children 12+, or adults. If your child is turning 12 soon, please talk to a trusted health advisor about which vaccine is best for your child. Also talk to a trusted health advisor if your child recently tested positive for COVID. 

Here’s what to bring to your child’s vaccination appointments: 

  • Parent or guardian identification.
  • Proof of insurance (if you have insurance) -- but insurance is not required.
  • Completed and signed consent form. Please complete and sign the form before arrival. A parent or legal guardian must sign this form. It’s important that the parent/guardian name is also clearly printed on the form, and that the child’s birth date is correct. It is strongly advised that a parent accompanies their child; if another caregiver brings your child, they cannot complete the consent form. 

For space and safety purposes, we ask that only one parent or guardian accompanies each child.

Vaccination is by appointment only; walk-ins will not be allowed. If you make an appointment for your child and later have a conflict, please go into the system to cancel your appointment to make it available to another child in our community.  

You don’t need to register for your child’s second dose appointment; it is automatically scheduled at the same time, exactly three weeks after the first:

  • If your child receives their first dose on November 11, their second appointment is December 2
  • If your child receives their first dose on November 17, their second appointment is December 8

You will receive a reminder card for your child’s second dose at your first appointment. Please bring that card, your child’s vaccination card, and a completed and signed consent form (yes, you must complete and sign two consent forms, one for each appointment). 

As with older children and adults, you will have to remain in an observation area for at least 15 minutes after the vaccine is administered. The room will be set up with activities for children and information for parents about the vaccine in general, and how to prepare for the second dose. 

Other Vaccine Opportunities

If space is full, parents or legal guardians can access other vaccination opportunities for their children at Walgreens or CVS:

COVID-19 Vaccinations Open to Ages 12 to 15

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced that vaccination locations across the state are prepared to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to individuals ages 12 through 15. COVID-19 vaccinations for those 12 years and older are available at state-supported mass vaccination and mobile clinics, local health departments, pharmacies, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and from other providers who offer the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Get more details here

Suburban Cook County In-Home COVID-19 Vaccination

The Cook County Department of Health (CCDPH) is working to integrate mobile home health care vaccination services to reach home-bound individuals who are unable to go to the CCDPH's COVID-19 vaccination sites to get the vaccine.

Please note that CCDPH vaccination sites are ADA accessible, and this program is specifically for suburban Cook County residents who are unable to leave home for medical reasons. Individuals living outside suburban Cook County are not eligible for this program. 

Sign up by calling CCDPH's hotline at 833-308-1988 (weekdays from 7am-10pm and Saturdays from 8am-10pm) or sign up online here

To qualify for this program, individuals in suburban Cook County must be a senior or a person with a disability who requires in-home assistance or have to use adaptive equipment (like a ventilator, crutches, a walker, a wheelchair, etc.) and/or accessible transportation to leave home and leaving home is not an option because doing so requires considerable and taxing effort.

Village Church Helping Community Members Find Vaccine Appointments

If you need assistance finding or being transported to a vaccine appointment, the Village Church of Northbrook is offering their services to the Northbrook community. For more information about how the team can help you, fill out the Virus Application Form on the church's website. You may also call the church office at 847-272-0900. Are you an organization helping Northbrook community members with vaccine appointments? Email us here to be added to our list of resources. 

Cook County Opens Vaccination Registration Website

Cook County opened a website where those living and working in Cook County can sign up for updates and submit information to schedule a vaccination appointment when available. View the website here. For questions or to schedule an appointment, Cook County residents and workers can also call the Vaccine Sign-Up Hotline at 833-308-1988 from 7am-7pm on weekdays. Appointments are required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and Cook County Health plans to release new appointments every Friday at noon.

Providing all the information requested will ensure that you are notified properly as the program expands. Vaccine supply is still limited, so please be patient. 

By signing up, you will receive the following:

  • Updates on the vaccine and the Community Vaccination Program
  • Notification for when vaccine administration is open to your phase
  • Information on scheduling a vaccine appointment through Cook County Health
  • Information on vaccine distribution locations throughout Cook County

CCDPH expanded to Phase 1b of their vaccination plan on January 25. Phase 1b includes members of the general public aged 65 and over, police, firefighters, and other essential workers, such as manufacturing employees and grocery store workers. They will continue to prioritize any remaining Phase 1a individuals.

COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline

Call 833-308-1988 (Cook County)

Call 833-621-1284 (State of Illinois)

Quick Links

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The FDA has granted Emergency Use Authorization of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccination for COVID-19 in suburban Cook County is being rolled out in phases by the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) based on national guidance. Suburban Cook County started to receive vaccines on December 16, 2020.

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How can I stay updated?

Sign up with Cook County's new COVID-19 vaccination website to receive the following:

  • Updates on the Vaccine and the Community Vaccination Program
  • Notification for when vaccine administration is open to your phase
  • Information on scheduling a vaccine appointment through Cook County Health
  • Information on vaccine distribution locations throughout Cook County

Information about additional phases of anticipated vaccine distribution is available on CCDPH’s COVID Vaccine webpage.

Northbrook Paramedic Ken Morton getting the COVID-19 VaccineKen Morton, Fire Apparatus Engineer/Paramedic from the Northbrook Fire Department, received the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, December 30, 2020.