Last Updated: April 9
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Open to Anyone Age 16 and Up on April 13
*Update: As of 10:18am, all appointments are full*
Residents of Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northbrook, Northfield, Wilmette, and Winnetka ages 16* and over can register to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at New Trier High School’s Northfield Campus (7 Happ Road, Northfield) on Tuesday, April 13 (1st dose) and Tuesday, May 4 (2nd dose) by registering at the following link:
Vaccinations are by appointment only. Vaccination appointments will be made on a first come, first served basis. Your April 13 appointment will be the same time of day as your May 4 appointment time, and to register, you must be available on both days. Please bring a copy of a valid photo ID (driver’s license, State ID or student ID) and insurance card to the vaccination site. After registering, individuals will receive an email with authorization documents that should be filled out and brought to the vaccination site. You must provide your own transportation to and from the site. Masks and social distancing are required at the vaccination site.
This opportunity is provided by Cook County and Albertsons/Jewel-Osco, hosted by New Trier High School, and staffed by employees of participating municipalities.
*Individuals under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility
On Monday, April 12, all Illinois residents age 16 and up will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Click here for a list of statewide vaccination locations or call the IDPH hotline at 833-621-1284.
Free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for all Eligible Individuals in Illinois
Update: All appointments are full
If you have an appointment, please read the Frequently Asked Questions below for more information.
The clinic is taking place by appointment only on Thursday, April 1 (Pfizer first dose) and Thursday, April 22 (Pfizer second dose) at 1657 Shermer Road (formerly Grainger). Individuals must be available on both April 1 and April 22.
Individuals must bring a valid state ID/driver's license, the consent form, and an insurance/Medicare card (if they have one). 16- and 17-year-olds with appointments must be accompanied by an adult.
This clinic is being provided by the Village of Northbrook and Jewel-Osco.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who is eligible for this vaccine clinic?
- Individuals in Illinois age 65+
- Individuals in Illinois in Phase 1a, 1b, or 1b+
- Individuals in Illinois who work in the following professions:
- Higher education staff, government workers, media, restaurant staff, construction trade workers, and religious leaders
2. Does it cost anything?
There is no cost. Jewel-Osco will ask for a copy of your state ID/driver's license and insurance/Medicare card to charge your insurance an administrative fee, as allowed by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
3. What do I need for my appointment?
Bring an insurance/Medicare card (if you have one), the consent form you received via email, and a valid state ID/driver's license. You must be able to provide your own transportation to and from the clinic.
4. Do you have someone available to help with transportation?
Individuals must arrange their own transportation to and from the clinic. The Village Church of Northbrook is offering their services to the community and has volunteers available to provide transportation. Contact Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Where do I go for my appointment?
The clinic is being hosted at 1657 Shermer Road (formerly Grainger). Vehicles should enter the parking lot from the south entrance. See a traffic flow map here. Masks and six-foot social distancing will be required inside the clinic. The clinic is handicap accessible.
6. Which vaccine is being offered?
Pfizer. The first dose is on Thursday, April 1, and the second dose is on Thursday, April 22. Individuals must get both doses.
7. Is there medical staff on site in case I have a negative side effect?
There will be medical staff on site in the observation area to monitor patients for any potential side effects.
8. Where can I get more information?
More information on the COVID-19 vaccine can be found here.
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.
New Vaccine Site Open for Appointments
State and local officials announced that appointments have been released for a new Des Plaines Community Vaccination Site. Update: Vaccine appointments at the United Center are now only available to City of Chicago residents. Appointments that were already made by suburban Cook County residents will still be honored.
Those in Phase 1a and 1b can schedule an appointment at the Des Plaines site online at vaccine.cookcountyil.gov or by calling 833-308-1988 (weekdays, 7am-7pm). Proof of being in Phase 1a or 1b will be required. Cook County is still in Phase 1b of its vaccination plan, which includes members of the general public age 65 and over and frontline essential workers. Vaccine supply is limited but expected to increase in the coming weeks.
See a list of statewide vaccination locations here.
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.
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.
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)
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.
How can I stay updated?
- 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.
|Ken Morton, Fire Apparatus Engineer/Paramedic from the Northbrook Fire Department, received the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, December 30, 2020.|