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Story Publication logo February 15, 2021

When Can I Get The COVID-19 Vaccine In Chicago?

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Image by Manuel Martinez / WBEZ. United States, 2020.
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Since the start of the pandemic, COVID-19 has killed more than twice as many Black Chicagoans as...

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A lion statue outside the Art Institute of Chicago wears a mask. Image by Bret Habura / Shutterstock. United States, 2020.
A lion statue outside the Art Institute of Chicago wears a mask. Image by Bret Habura / Shutterstock. United States, 2020.

WBEZ has created a tool that determines your eligibility phase and matches it to the latest information about when and where you’ll likely get inoculated. Although geared for Chicago residents, the tool — based on daily reporting from WBEZ’s health care team — provides eligibility status for every Illinoisan. We’re also answering and updating Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 vaccines and their rollout, so check back often.

Right now, Illinois is in Phase 1b, which started on Jan. 25, 2021.

The full interactive tool can be viewed here.

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