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Free ‘Vaccination Station’ Is Coming To Englewood On Thursdays In May

Englewood residents don't need an appointment to get vaccinated at the Salvation Army Red Shield Center, 945 W. 69th St.

Chicago Department of Public Health
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ENGLEWOOD — Englewood residents who want to get vaccinated against coronavirus have a new weekly option in their community.

The Vaccination Station, a mobile vaccination bus, will administer Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccine doses for free 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursdays for the rest of May at the Salvation Army Red Shield Center, 945 W. 69th St.

Appointments aren’t required.

Residents can choose between getting the Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Second appointments for Pfizer, a two-dose vaccine, will be scheduled at the time of the first appointment.

Also starting Thursday, Illinois residents ages 12-15 can receive the Pfizer vaccine at the pop-up vaccination site if accompanied by a parent or guardian, according to the city’s health department.

For more vaccination appointments throughout the city, go to Zocdoc.com/vaccine or call 312-746-4835.

RELATED: Here’s How You Can Get Vaccinated Against Coronavirus In Chicago

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