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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.
1. Who is eligible for this vaccine clinic?
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. 16- and 17-year-olds with appointments must be accompanied by an adult.
It is unknown how long an individual appointment could take, but residents can expect a total time of 45-60 minutes from registration to exit. Do not show up more than 15 minutes early for your appointment.
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 email@example.com.
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.