Beginning April 5 - Any resident age 16 and up is eligible
Appointments are required for vaccine clinics. You must be at least 18 years old for the Moderna vaccine and 16-17 year olds must have a parent or guardian present for the Pfizer vaccine.
If you have received any vaccines in the last 14 days prior to the vaccine clinic you can not be administered the COVID-19 vaccine.
There are now several locations from which to receive your COVID-19 vaccination.
Click here to find a vaccination location near you.
Vaccination Clinic Dates
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For a copy of the Vaccine Clinic Registration Form, please CLICK HERE.
Enter through the main arena doors (directly across from the Health Department)
Your safety is our top concern. No drop-offs on Madison Street. Please use the Bloomington Ice Center circle (on the South side of the arena - enter off Olive Street) to drop off patrons with mobility issues.
A new communication system is available to provide updates about when and where vaccine clinics will be so that you will be able to schedule an appointment through our website. Please sign up using the new form linked below. In addition, local media stations, our social media pages, and the McLean County Health Department website are where we will continue to provide updates.
Phase 1a: Healthcare & Long-term Care
Phase 1b: Persons aged 65 years and older & Frontline essential workers
OSF HealthCare will be offering the COVID-19 vaccine to their patients by appointment only. Patients will receive an invite for their appointment via OSF MyChart, email, or phone. OSF is currently prioritizing patients using age (>65) and risk factors to ensure patients most at risk receive the vaccination first. More information is available on OSF HealthCare's COVID-19 Vaccination website.
Phase 1b Plus Expanded Priority Groups
Persons working in government, higher education, the media and persons with specific health-complicating conditions or status
- Pulmonary Diseases
- Heart Conditions
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Solid Organ Transplant
- Sickle Cell Disease
- Higher Education Staff
- Government Worker
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