Schedule your COVID-19 vaccination online using this form
Cicero is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations on a scheduled basis. Vaccinations will be given as long as vaccinations are available.
Because of the high demand we are asking Cicero residents who are 65 years of age and older, and individuals who fall into the State of Illinois Coronavirus Pandemic classifications of 1 A or 1 B, to provide this information to register for vaccinations from the Town of Cicero.
Please USE THIS LINK to complete the form online:
Programe su vacuna COVID-19 utilizando nuestro formulario en línea a continuación. (Las vacunas se administrarán a medida que estén disponibles).
Debido a la gran demanda, estamos pidiendo a los residentes de Cicero que tengan 65 años de edad o más, y a las personas que caen en las clasificaciones de pandemia de coronavirus del estado de Illinois de 1 A o 1 B, que proporcionen esta información para registrarse para las vacunas del Municipio de Cicero.
UTILICE ESTE ENLACE para completar el formulario en línea:
Las vacunas no se pueden administrar sin cita previa. No llame al Departamento de Salud para hacer una cita.
Vaccinations cannot be given by walk-in without an appointment. Please do not call the Health Department to make a call.
Phase 1A and 1B as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the State of Illinois as:
The first phase of vaccinations includes frontline healthcare workers as well as residents and staff of long-term care facilities. The goal is to fortify the healthcare workforce by removing the most exposed workers from the cycle of illness and infection as well as protect our most vulnerable residents. Most recent evaluations of Illinois’ healthcare workforce and nursing home and long-term care facility residents and staff estimate approximately 850,000 Illinoisans qualify for Phase 1A. Healthcare vaccinations began on December 15, 2020, with the federal government’s nursing home and long-term care vaccination program delivering its first shots on December 28, 2020. The state estimates that all interested residents in Phase 1A will be vaccinated in the coming weeks.
On January 25, 2021, Phase 1B will begin, allowing frontline essential workers and residents age 65 and over to get vaccinated. The frontline essential workers designation includes many residents who carry a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure because of their work duties, often because they are unable to work from home, and/or they must work closely to others without being able to socially distance. This includes first responders, education, food and agriculture, manufacturing, corrections workers and inmates, USPS workers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares. To provide more equitable vaccine access to elder populations given data showing people of color die of COVID-19 at younger ages, Illinois lowered the age eligibility recommended by ACIP by 10 years, from age 75 to age 65. Illinois has 1.3 million people who qualify as “frontline essential workers” and 1.9 million adults age 65 and over, totaling 3.2 million eligible Illinoisans.
If you would like an appointment for the covid 19 vaccine
You CAN email: email@example.com and Include this information:
Date of Birth:
Preferred days and times:
We recommend you use this form:
Information should reflect valid state ID or Driver’s License and work ID’s for 1a and 1b only at this time. We will schedule those requests as soon as possible
The Cicero Health Department