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UI Health Offering Coronavirus Vaccines To People In Phase 1B Starting Next Week

You'll need to make an appointment to get vaccinated.

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UNIVERSITY VILLAGE — University of Illinois Health Systems will start giving coronavirus vaccinations to patients and some members of the public next week.

People must make an appointment to get vaccinated and must be in Phase 1B of the city’s vaccination campaign, meaning they must be 65 or older or a frontline worker.

The vaccinations will be available starting Monday. To make an appointment, register online or call 833-536-9829 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. UI Health patients can register here.

Phase 1B includes Chicagoans 65 and older; first responders; day care, K-12 and early education workers; grocery store employees; and some government and postal service workers.


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