When Can I Get The COVID-19 Vaccine In Chicago?

WBEZ’s easy-to-use tool will help you figure out when you’ll become eligible to schedule a vaccination, the dates by phase, and where you’ll likely receive your inoculation.

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Use WBEZ's COVID-19 vaccine eligibility tool to determine when and how people like you are getting the shot. Katherine Nagasawa

When Can I Get The COVID-19 Vaccine In Chicago?

WBEZ’s easy-to-use tool will help you figure out when you’ll become eligible to schedule a vaccination, the dates by phase, and where you’ll likely receive your inoculation.

This story is supported by The Pulitzer Center.

WBEZ has created a tool that determines your eligibility phase and matches it to the latest information about when and where you’ll likely get inoculated. Although geared for Chicago residents, the tool — based on daily reporting from WBEZ’s health care team — provides eligibility status for every Illinoisan. We’re also answering and updating Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 vaccines and their rollout, so check back often.

Right now, Illinois is in Phase 1b, which started on Jan. 25, 2021.

To find out when you’ll be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, answer the five questions below. Select the answers that fit best for you.

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WBEZ will update this tool regularly to reflect the latest information about vaccine eligibility and distribution — so check back as your date approaches. In the meantime, follow WBEZ’s daily coverage of coronavirus in Illinois and the pandemic’s impact on our community.