Did You Lose Your Vaccination Card?
If you have lost your vaccination card, please call the provider in which you received your vaccine. They may not be able to get you a new card, but you would be able to receive your official vaccine records that would show you received your COVID19 vaccine.
You can also click on the button below to request your immuzation record rom IDPH.
COVID 19 VACCINE SIGN-UPS
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Please read all requirements to receive a vaccine for all locations below.
You must click on the following links to set up an appointment for the following locations. VCHD Clinics are open to those who are 18 and older for Moderna and Johnson and Johnson that live or work in the state of Illinois and open to those who are 12 and older for Pfizer. There is no cost for the vaccine. If someone cannot make the appointments online, they can call 217-431-2662 ext. 263 or 264 and someone will be able to assist them. Please check the following dates and locations below as some will be 2nd dose only and some will be 1st or 2nd dose.
Vermilion County Health Department
COVID19 Vaccine Clinic Schedule
Appointments Highly Recommended, but Walk-ins Welcome (see times for walk-ins for each appointment day and walk-ins will be determined by current supplies)
You do not have to enter a Voucher Code to make an appointment.
***If you are under the age of 18, there are multiple pharmacies in Vermilion County that offer Pfizer for 12+ and you can get your vaccine at those locations. ***
Location: Vermilion County Health Department: (We will continue to add more clinics at the Vermilion County Health Department.
- July 14th, 2021
- 10am – 11am (Johnson and Johnson – single dose, walk-ins welcome no later than 10:30am)
- 11am-12pm (Moderna, 1st or 2nd dose, walk-ins welcome no later than 11:30am)
- August 11th, 2021 (Moderna only) 10am-12pm, walk-ins welcome no later than 11:30am
- September 8th, 2021 (Moderna only) 10am-12pm, walk-ins welcome no later than 11:30am
The information below is for all sites. You will be asked to remain in an observation area for 15-30 minutes post vaccination*.
- Please wear short sleeves. This will make it easier and quicker for people to get through the vaccine station.
- If this is your 2nd dose (MODERNA or Pfizer), bring your vaccine card back with you. If you have lost your vaccination card, please call the provider that issued you the vaccine card.
- Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are only for those 18 and older.
- Pfizer is for those 12 and older. (a parent / legal guardian MUST be present to sign the consent form. If you are a legal guardian, we will need court documentation that you are the legal guardian. We will not vaccinate an unaccompanied minor)
- If you answer “Yes” to being pregnant, you must have a doctor’s note saying you can receive the vaccine. You no longer need a doctor’s note if you are breastfeeding.
- *If you answer “Yes” to having a history of allergic reactions, taking blood thinners, or autoimmune system, you may be asked to remain in observation for 30 minutes.
- If you answer “Yes” to having received passive antibody therapy as treatment for COVID-19, you will need to WAIT 90 days after initial infection before getting your vaccine..
- If you are currently in isolation due to a current infection with COVID-19, you CANNOT receive the vaccine at this time.
- If you are currently in quarantine due to exposure, please wait until you have been released to receive the vaccine.
- If you have a fever or are currently ill, you CANNOT receive the vaccine.
- If you received Pfizer, you should get your 2nd dose 3 weeks after your 1st dose. If you received Moderna, you should get your 2nd dose 4 weeks after your 1st dose.
- You should ONLY receive 1 “brand” of Vaccine. For example, if you received 2 doses of Moderna, you should not get Pfizer or Johnson or Johnson.
- If you have had COVID19 in the last 90 days, Vaccination can be offered, but could also be delayed 90 days if desired.
- Fact Sheet for Moderna COVID19 Vaccine
- Fact Sheet for Johnson and Johnson COVID19 Vaccine
- Fact Sheet for Pfizer COVID19 Vaccine
Other Locations you can receive a vaccine:
Vermilion County COVID19 Testing Locations
Click on the button to see current locations to get tested for COVID19. Some locations have criteria you must meet before you can get tested. The Vermilion County Health Department does NOT conduct COVID19 testing.
For more information about Illinois and County Statistics, basic COVID19 infomation, go to IDPH’s COVID19 Website.
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If you have general questions about COVID-19, you can call 2-1-1 (Not for profit organization with specialists that are available to help individuals locate health and human service assistance specialists are available to help individuals locate health and human service assistance.) You can also dial 1-800-889-3931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have general questions about COVID-19.
OSF Hotline: (833) 673-5669
Carle Hotline: (217) 902-6100
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