Returning for your 2nd, 3rd or Booster Dose?
You MUST bring your COVID-19 vaccination record card to your vaccination appointment. If you lost your vaccination record, you MUST request a new card prior to arriving for a vaccination appointment.
Do you know someone who is interested in receiving a COVID vaccine but is unable to get out of the house due to medical limitations?
Consider applying for our homebound vaccination program through the Will County Health Department! Click the link to apply, and we will follow up with you as soon as we can! We want to get everyone vaccinated, especially those who are most at-risk and homebound.
Will County Health Department Vaccination Partners
The Will County Health Department is grateful for our partnership with local pharmacies and community-based organizations who continue to support COVID-19 vaccinations.
Vaccinations are by appointment only.
Click one of the links below to check the availability of the vaccine at one of our partner locations.
Walgreens is distributing vaccines at 27 locations in Will County.
Jewel-Osco is operating 15 vaccine sites throughout Will County.
Meijer is operating 5 vaccine sites in Will County.
Mariano’s has a vaccine site in Frankfort and Shorewood.
Oak Street Health
Oak Street Health is operating a vaccine site in Joliet and Wilmington.
Aunt Martha’s has a vaccine site at the East Joliet Community Health Center.
VNA Health Care
VNA Health Care has 7 vaccine sites in Will County.
Vaccines at The Will County Community Health Center
The Will County Community Health Center is providing COVID-19 Vaccines for anyone 6 months or older at the Joliet location (1106 Neal Avenue).
Vaccine are available to the public from 8AM to 1PM, Monday through Friday. Appointments are required.