Covid Vaccine Information
United Center Vaccination Appointments Open Thursday for Illinois Seniors
All Illinoisans Eligible in State’s Phase 1B+ Can Make Appointments Beginning March 7 at 4 pm; Call Center to Help Bridge Digital Divide and Ensure Equitable Access
CHICAGO – Beginning Thursday, March 4 at 8:30 am, Illinois seniors can schedule their first COVID-19 vaccine appointment at the United Center vaccine site, which will begin to administer a limited number of vaccines on March 9, with a full opening March 10. Following this exclusive appointment period for seniors, all Illinoisans eligible under the state’s Phase 1B+ will be able to schedule appointments on Sunday, March 7 at 4 pm.
To register online, visit Zocdoc.com/vaccine.
To register by phone, call 312.746.4835. This call center will be available Monday through Saturday, 8 am-8 pm and Sunday, 8 am-4 pm.
- Vaccination Locations
- Vaccination Appointment Information
- Updates on Vaccination Plan
Lake and Cook counties websites
Lake County: Register for the vaccine, receive notifications and schedule appointments.
Cook County: Register for the vaccine.
Information about who is included in the initial vaccine phases, with a list of frontline occupations.
Please note: information changes rapidly so check these resources frequently.
Other Health Departments
Chicago: Register for vaccine updates.
Evanston: Register for a vaccine interest form and to receive updates
Oak Park: Register to receive updates.
Stickney Township: As of January 8, 2021, no vaccination information is available on the website.
Vaccine information by phone
If you or someone you know does not have access to the internet to register for vaccine information, call the following:
Covid Hotline: 708.836.4755, Monday-Friday, 9 am-4 pm
Cook County Hotline: 833.308.1988
Lake County Hotline: 847.377.8000
Illinois Covid-19 Hotline: 800.889.3931