COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Current Eligibility

St. Clair County is working to ensure we vaccinate individuals as quickly as possible.

Following IDPH (Illinois Department of Public Health) guidelines, St. Clair County is now vaccinating anyone 12 years and older who lives, works, or attends school in Illinois.

Personal identification or employee/student verification to confirm an individual lives or works in Illinois is REQUIRED. Acceptable documentation can include, among others, personal identification (State ID or driver’s license, US or foreign passport, Consular ID, Temporary Visitor Driver License) and employee identification (work identification or badge, paycheck stub, CityKey card, or letter from employer)). Failure to provide documentation will result in vaccine not being administered.

There is no co-pay for individuals with insurance and no charge for people who are uninsured.

 

Vaccine Age Requirements

Please select the correct vaccine clinic to attend based on age requirements.

If you do not meet age requirements, you will not be administered vaccine.

  • Moderna & Janssen (J&J/Johnson)  vaccines are only approved for individuals who are 18 years of age and older.
  • Pfizer is approved for individuals who 12 years of age & older.
    • If you are under 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must be present for you to receive the Pfizer vaccine.
    • Parent ID/guardian documentation required.

START HERE TO SET YOUR VACCINE APPOINTMENT

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Maintenance Downtime

The vendor's scheduling system will be down July 30th starting at 9pm until July 31st at 12AM. Clients will not be able to schedule themselves for an appointment during this time.