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Vaccine Information

All Illinoisans age 12 and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination! Demand does continue to exceed supply, so searching a variety of appointment locators is recommended. To register with AllVax, via the Lake County Health Department, visit allvax.lakecohealth.org. To check for additional appointment availability at the Patty Turner Center mass vaccination site in Deerfield, visit doctorstestcenters.com/vaccine. Find links to pharmacies and appointment aggregators below. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination and access the state vaccination locator map at coronavirus.illinois.gov.

Homebound vaccinations: Homebound seniors and individuals with disabilities or mobility issues may now call the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center to be added to the homebound vaccination list! To add yourself or a senior in your life to the list, contact the AllVax support center at 847.377.8130.

Vaccinations for veterans, veterans' spouses and caregivers: Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago has expanded vaccinations to include spouses and caregivers (paid, unpaid, and occasional helpers), along with other groups, in line with the federal Save Lives Act. Call 224.610.3747. Learn more
 
The following websites may help you search for appointments:
 
Local Vaccination Sites for Lake County Residents:


Appointment Aggregators Searching Multiple Sites:
Pharmacies:
Toll-Free Vaccine Appointment Call Center
  • 833-621-1284 (available daily to eligible Illinoisans; TTY accessible)
Capt. James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center
  • Availability expanded to all current VA and TRICARE patients enrolled for care at Lovell FHCC, age 18 and older. Call 224.610.3899.
Please note: The City is not providing vaccinations. The Lake County Health Department is the primary vaccinator for our area, supported by area hospitals, pharmacies, and medical groups. The City of Highland Park does not have its own health department. The information presented here is derived from the Lake County Health Department, the Illinois Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Questions pertaining to the distribution, scheduling, or administration of the vaccine should be directed to the Lake County Health Department. The City does not schedule appointments for or administer COVID-19 vaccines.
 
Last updated: May 17, 2021.

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