⇒⇒⇒ REGISTRATION FOR 1ST DOSE- ADULTS 65 AND OLDER-
CLICK TO REGISTER- COMING SOON!
⇒⇒⇒ REGISTRATION FOR 2ND DOSE FOR THOSE THAT RECEIVED 1ST DOSE ON
DECEMBER 28, 29, 30- CLICK TO REGISTER
SAVE TIME! COMPLETE THE VACCINE CONSENT FORM PRIOR TO CLINIC-
The Jersey County Health Department is currently in Phase 1a &1b of vaccine distribution. We are currently vaccinating the following groups below:
PHASE 1A INDIVIDUALS
NON- HOSPITAL HEALTH CARE
LONG- TERM CARE FACILITIES
OTHER CONGREGATE CARE
PHASE 1B INDIVIDUALS
PUBLIC TRANSIT WORKERS
FOOD & AGRICULTURE
SHELTERS/ ADULT DAY CARE
HOW TO GET YOUR SECOND DOSE OF COVID- 19 VACCINE
Your next dose of COVID-19 vaccine will be due on or after the date indicated on the back of your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card.
It will be your responsibility to register yourself for your second dose through registration links on our Facebook Page and website here.
There will be a specific registration link for “2nd Doses Only.”
If you received your first dose from JCHD, there will be a second dose reserved for you.
Stay tuned for more information regarding 2nd Doses.
IDPH’S STATE WIDE VACCINATION PLAN- CLICK HERE
VAXTEXT: SECOND DOSE REMINDER INSTRUCTIONS- CLICK HERE
V- SAFE AFTER VACCINATION HEALTH CHECKER- CLICK HERE
MODERNA EUA FACT SHEET- CLICK HERE
PFIZER EUA FACT SHEET- CLICK HERE
****NOTES FROM THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH (IDPH) REGARDING COVID- 19 VACCINE****
– Until the vaccine supply from the federal government increases, vaccination appointments will be scarce, so we ask that people be patient. It will take time before everyone in Phase 1b will be able to get an appointment for vaccination.
– When we have a steady stream of vaccine coming in from the federal government, we will launch sites that allow for walk- ins and other considerations for people who are not able to make an appointment online.
We now are accepting online payments!
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Jersey County Health Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life for Jersey County residents by reducing morbidity and mortality through the prevention and/or control of disease, provision of public and professional education, and coordination and/or provision of care.