• Scott Waguespack

Vaccination Updates



Chicago is in Phase 1C of the vaccination phase. Chicago continues to vaccinate individuals in all the phases before it. Click here to learn how to get a vaccine appointment. Veterans should also reach out to JBVA here and Union Workers here.


Homebound Residents

For Homebound Residents that qualify, the city has opened the sign up for home visits.

To be eligible for this program you must live in the City of Chicago and:

  • Be a senior OR a person with a disability who requires in-home assistance.

  • OR Have to use adaptive equipment (like a ventilator, crutches, a walker, a wheelchair, etc.) and/or accessible transportation to leave home.

  • AND Leaving home is not an option for you because doing so requires considerable and taxing effort.

The City of Chicago is currently prioritizing homebound individuals who are 65+(oldest to youngest), who may also have a medical disability or impairment. This prioritization also includes a focus on CCVI communities, which have been overburdened by the COVID-19 pandemic.


There is currently a high demand for the Protect Chicago Homebound program. Each appointment lasts approximately 30 minutes allowing for only a certain number of appointments to be scheduled in a given day. It may be several weeks before they are able to schedule your in-home appointment. As soon as they are able, a member of the Protect Chicago Homebound team will call you to schedule your appointment and answer any additional questions you may have. Protect Chicago Homebound is anticipating vaccinating a significant amount of registered individuals throughout the month of April, with a goal of completing the current homebound registrants by the end of May. Please be patient as they respond to a large number of requests.


If you qualify or know someone who does, please fill out this form.


From 8th District Office Commissioner Arroyo's Office- Vaccines Available in Humboldt Park


Erie Family Health Centers will be partnering with the City of Chicago and Northwestern Medicine to provide a series of vaccine fairs exclusively for residents of the Humboldt Park community. Since this is part of the city’s Protect Chicago Plus efforts, anyone over 16 years old who lives in east or west Humboldt Park will be eligible to make an appointment.


These vaccination fairs are only open to residents of Humboldt Park in Chicago, age 18 and up. If you need assistance scheduling an appointment please call (312) 432-4583


Please tell everyone you know who lives in Humboldt Park to go to this link: erie.health/protectchicago.


Erie Family Health Centers has now administered more than 22,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to their patients and communities!

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