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When and where can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?

As the next phase of vaccinations rolls out, more clinics will be available for inoculations.
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Illinois 

[INTERACTIVE MAP] How much of my county is fully vaccinated?

Where can I get a vaccine?   

This list will be frequently updated.

Statewide website helps you find vaccine locations near you - HERE

HyVee stores are offering COVID-19 vaccines at all 270 locations


Henderson County

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Jo Daviess County

Check the county health department's website for vaccine opportunities.

Need help signing up for a vaccine? Call their COVID-19 call center at 815-591-2673 for help, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. 

Knox County 

From the Knox County Health Department: Vaccine clinics are coming up - find dates and registration links here.

Hy-Vee in Galesburg is providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here. 

Vaccines are available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.  There will be about 200 vaccines available per day.

Mercer County

The Mercer County Health Department is vaccinating Mercer County residents ages 18 and older. Click here for information on how to register.

You can follow the Mercer County Health Department's Facebook page, here.

Genesis Medical Center Aledo; 1007 NW 3rd St Aledo, IL 61231

All Illinois residents please call 309-582-9450 to get scheduled for a COVID vaccine.

Vaccines are available at the Walmart in Aledo. Click here to schedule


Rock Island County

Health Department: Starting Tuesday, June 1, the health department will have two vaccine clinics each week. Tuesdays will be the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines (18+ only) and Friday is Pfizer (12+). 

The clinics will be held from 9 a.m. - noon and again from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

You can till make appointments for other week days.

Community Health Care, Inc. -- Click here to sign up

Hy-Vee stores in Milan, Moline, Rock Island and Silvis are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here. Vaccines are available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. There will be about 200 vaccines available per day.

Jewel-Osco pharmacies will have the vaccine at stores in Moline, East Moline and Silvis.  They will start taking appointments for healthcare workers in phase 1A.  Sign up here.

Warren County

COVID-19 vaccine opportunity updates can be found here
Vaccine clinics are held every Wednesday 

You can make an appointment only on the Monday before the scheduled clinic. Call 309-734-0823 between 8 a.m. and noon to make an appointment.

There is no waiting list for these appointments.


Iowa

[INTERACTIVE MAP] How much of my county is fully vaccinated?

Click here -- State website connects residents to vaccine providers

Clinton County 

For updates concerning the COVID-19 vaccine, call the county's hotline at 563-244-3470 or visit their website. 

Click here to schedule an appointment

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Des Moines County

A vaccine clinic waitlist is being made. 

To get on the list, call 319-208-5668. Leave your name, birthdate and phone number. 

A one-time vaccine allocation will be available with registration to Iowans 65 and older at select Walgreens in the county.

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Henry County

Vaccine clinics are on hold as the county waits for more vaccine doses.

If you are over 65, you can be added to their waitlist by emailing - publichealth@henrycountyiowa.us with your name, birthdate and zip code.  

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Knox County

A Short Notice Waitlist is now available for first-dose appointments.  You can call 309-344-2224 to be added to the list.

Louisa County

  • Appointments for anyone 65 and older are being scheduled now through Community Health Centers of SE Iowa in Columbus City.
    Call 319-728-7400 to schedule an appointment.
    Appointments are available Monday through Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to noon.
  • Vaccines are available at Columbus Junction Drugtown and Wapello Drugtown. Each pharmacy was allocated 100 doses this week.  
    To schedule an appointment, do so here.

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Muscatine County

Muscatine County Health Department: Need help finding a vaccine? Call 563-263-7292

The health department is working to finish Phase 1A.  They are vaccinating Phase 1B, tiers 1 and 2.  This includes: 

  • Healthcare workers, Long-term care facility residents 
  • 65+, First responders, PK-12 school staff, Childcare workers  

Keep up on vaccine opportunities, here.

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

Scott County

Health Department: Click here to sign up

Community Health Care, Inc. -- Click here to sign up

Hy-Vee stores are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.

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Not all members of a Priority Group or a Tier will be able to receive a vaccine immediately. Additional doses are expected most weeks. Please continue to follow the health department's Facebook page. 

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You can sign up for email updates from Scott County as vaccine information and sign-ups become available. Sign up for email updates here. 

Please only call if you have no other means of getting registered for a vaccine.

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