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Pfizer has full FDA approval for those ages 16+

The Food and Drug Administration granted full approval to Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine for people 16 and up, making it the first to move beyond emergency use status in the United States.

Schedule your appointment today!

COVID-19 Vaccine: Third Dose

The CDC now recommends that people whose immune systems are moderately to severely compromised should receive an additional dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 weeks after their second dose, for a total of three doses.

Third doses will be administered a minimum of 28 days after the 2nd shot.

Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics

Beecher Farmers Market

625 Dixie Hwy, Beecher

September 25th from 9am to 1pm

Joliet Pride Festival

Bicentennial Park
201 W Jefferson Street, Joliet

September 25th from Noon to 3pm


200 Second Street, Manhattan

October 9th from 9am to 11am

Pop-Up COVID-19 Vaccination Event Request

Do you want to host a Pop-Up COVID-19 Vaccination Event?

Click a link below to schedule your first dose vaccine online.

(2nd dose appointments will be made at the time of the first appointment.)

If you need a second dose appointment,
call 815-774-7386 to schedule your second dose.


Will County Health Department Vaccine Clinic

501 Ella Avenue, Joliet, IL 60433

from 9am – 3:45pm
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS from 9am – 5:30pm


Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines available

AFTER 10am 

Now with automatic second dose scheduling!


Will County Health Department North Branch Office Pfizer Vaccine Clinic

Regular Wednesday Pfizer Appointments for ages 12 & up

323 Quadrangle Drive, Bolingbrook, IL 60440

from 10am – 5:30pm


We are now offering scheduling to the Will County Health Department Vaccine Clinics through our COVID-19 appointment scheduling phone line.

Call to Schedule your Vaccine with the Will County Health Department


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.


All minors under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present during their appointment and must remain with the child throughout the entire visit.

Children ages 12-17 may only receive the Pfizer vaccine which has been approved by the FDA and CDC.

Find your Pfizer Vaccine Clinic above or call 815-774-7386 to schedule an appointment.

Can’t Attend Appointment With Your Child?

If a parent or legal guardian is unable to accompany their child to a clinic run by Will County Health Department, their child can still receive a vaccine if:

    • The minor is accompanied by someone over the age of 18 designated by their parent or legal guardian, and
    • The minor brings the consent FORM signed by their parent or legal guardian. SPANISH FORM

Vaccination Locations

The Will County Health Department is leading the charge to give access to the vaccine for residents and workers in our county. In addition to the Health Department sites, we have partnered with local pharmacies and community-based organizations to hold vaccination clinics. Search below for the nearest vaccination clinic. We add new sites often, so please be sure to check back.

Vaccinations are by appointment only.

Will County Health Department Vaccination Partners

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

Aunt Martha’s has a vaccine site at the East Joliet Community Health Center.


KODOCARE has a vaccine site in Joliet.

Wellness Home of Will County

WELLNESS HOME OF WILL COUNTY has a vaccine site in Romeoville.

Vaccines at The Will County Community Health Center

The Will County Community Health Center is providing COVID-19 Vaccines for anyone 12 years of age or older at the Joliet location (1106 Neal Avenue).

Vaccine are available to the public from 9-12:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Walk-ins are welcome but appointments are encouraged.

Please call 815-727-8670 to schedule an appointment.

Dykota’s Life Mattered.

So Does Yours.

Dykota Morgan, a 15 year old from Bolingbrook, IL, was tragically taken from her parents and family within 72 hours of exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. She contracted COVID-19 and passed away one week before the vaccine was approved for use in children ages 12-17. Listen to her parents, Krystal and Rashad tell her story and why it is so important to them to ensure children get vaccinated.

IDPH Vaccination Sites

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has a comprehensive list of all vaccine sites in Illinois, including Will County. This list includes the addresses to all locations and links to make an appointment. These sites are distributing vaccines by appointment only. To find a vaccination site in your area, please click here.

To sign up for a distribution site ran by the IDPH, please click here.

Attention residents of Will County

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!