COVID-19 News Update
JUNE 25, 2021
JOIN US FOR DYKOTA’S VACCINE CLINIC
Saturday, June 26
1st dose Pfizer Clinic
Humphrey Middle School
777 Falcon Ridge Way | Bolingbrook, IL 60440
A compelling COVID-19 Vaccination Drive featuring the parents of Dykota Morgan, a 15 year-old Bolingbrook teen who lost her life to COVID-19, was launched by the Will County Health Department to encourage African American parents to get themselves and their children age 12 and older vaccinated.
Krystal & Rashad
Parents of Dykota Morgan
GET YOUR CHILD READY FOR SCHOOL THIS FALL
At the Will County Community Health Center in Joliet
GET FREE SCHOOL and SPORTS PHYSICALS when you come in for the COVID-19 VACCINE.
JOLIET LOCATION: 1106 Neal Avenue
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL: 815-727-8670
Mon – Fri: 8 AM to 5:30 PM
COVID-19 VACCINE AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN 12 years and older.
COVID-19 VACCINE FACTS
YOU’RE INVITED TO OUR HISPANIC-LATINX COMMUNITY TOWNHALL MEETING
TUESDAY, JUNE 29th at 6pm
CULTURE, COMMUNITY, AND BUILDING TRUST
The Will County Health Department, in partnership with the Spanish Community Center, Southwest Suburban Immigrant Project, and medical expertise of Dr. Daniel Gutierrez, invite you to attend a virtual townhall to discuss the facts about COVID-19 vaccines.
NOTE: This event will only be in Spanish.
Health Justice Manager
ANA CAMPA CASTILLO
Welcoming Center Manager
DR. DAN GUTIERREZ
CLINIC HOURS UPDATE AND COMING CLOSURES ANNOUNCED
The following clinics are accepting walk-ins in addition to the online scheduling. We encourage you to schedule online as it assures you do not have to wait in line and you do not have to fill any paperwork out on site. Check the links below for open appointments.
TOYS R US – JOLIET VACCINATION CLINIC
3128 Voyager Ln, Joliet, IL 60435
Wednesday-Saturday from 10am-6pm
Sunday from 10am-3pm
Closed on Monday and Tuesday
- 4TH OF JULY HOLIDAY CLOSURES:
July 2nd – closing at 2pm – closed July 3rd and 4th
- FINAL CLINIC DATE : JULY 18TH.
After June 27, any first dose appointments (between June 30th and July 18th) will have second dose appointments scheduled at WCHD (501 Ella Avenue, Joliet IL 60433). Hurry and get your vaccine at this clinic before it closes. Once it is closed, you will be able to get your vaccine at the Health Department or participating partners.
Toys R Us Pfizer Vaccine Clinic
Toys R Us Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Clinic
MONEE VACCINATION CLINIC CLOSING IN JULY
Will County Health Department Vaccine Site
6370 Emerald Parkway, Monee, IL
Walk-ins will be accepted on second dose dates:
July 1st from 3 – 7pm
July 15th from 9:30am – 1:30pm (final day)
WILMINGTON VACCINATION CLINIC CLOSING IN JULY
Will County Health Department Vaccine Site at St. Rose School
626 S Kankakee St, Wilmington, IL 60481
Walk-ins will be accepted on second dose dates:
June 30th from 9:30am – 1pm
July 14th from 3 – 7pm (final day)
JOLIET – PFIZER & MODERNA CLINIC
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT – MOVING TO 2 DAYS A WEEK BEGINNING JULY 1st.
501 Ella Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433
Mondays from 9am – 3:45pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am – 5:30pm
Closed on Wednesdays
VACCINES FOR HOMEBOUND
Do you know someone who is interested in receiving a COVID vaccine who 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 IS AT 46.21% of the POPULATION VACCINATED!
LET’S KEEP GOING WILL COUNTY!
Total number of vaccines administered
Total complete doses
of population fully vaccinated
- 489,878 76.6% 76.6%
- 149,934 23.4% 23.4%
- 357,467 53.7% 53.7%
- 306,220 46% 46%
Tell Us What You Think
TAKE OUR SURVEY
We need your help! Will County Health Department needs your input on the COVID-19 vaccination to help us better understand where our communities stand on the vaccine. We are working to better center our education and outreach efforts to address concerns and questions about the vaccine and ensure that everyone has equitable access to the vaccine.
We are asking you to take just 5-10 minutes to express your views on the vaccine through this completely anonymous survey. You can complete this survey regardless of whether you have taken the vaccine or not; we need input from everyone. Your responses will not be personally connected to you in any way. We encourage you to express your thoughts so we can better serve our communities.
Thank you so much!
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR DAILY VACCINE CLINIC UPDATES
An easy way to stay updated on vaccine clinic hours and availability of appointments is to follow the Will County Health Department on Facebook. We post each morning the locations that are open that day for appointments and walk-ins.
Click here to visit our page and then follow/like us!
For additional questions about COVID-19, call our hotline:
The Will County Health Department is providing a Coronavirus hotline to help answer your questions about COVID-19.
HOURS: Mon-Fri 8AM-4:30PM
Please call with any questions you may have and we will be happy to help you.