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WGLT's reporting on the coronavirus pandemic, which began in McLean County in March 2020.

How To Get A COVID Vaccine In McLean County

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Emily Bollinger
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WGLT

COVID-19 vaccines are becoming available at more locations in McLean County, although supplies are limited.

Here is a current list of COVID vaccine options. It was last updated May 13, 2021.

Does this list need to be updated? Contact news@wglt.org.

Who can be vaccinated?

COVID vaccines are now available for anyone age 16 and older.

Where can you get vaccinated?

#1 - Clinics run by the McLean County Health Department at various locations. Book an appointment on MCHD’s website or by calling (309) 888-5600.

#2 - Jewel-Osco pharmacies in Bloomington-Normal (3 locations). Make an appointment online.

#3 - Hy-Vee location in Bloomington. Make an appointment online.

#4 - Illinois State University. Students, faculty and staff are eligible for on-campus clinics. Register online.

#5 - OSF HealthCare is now offering vaccines appointments.

#6 - Carle Health's form will get you notified when vaccine appointments are available.

#6 - Walgreens, six locations in Bloomington-Normal. Make an appointment online.

#7 - Bloomington VA outpatient clinic - walk-ins are welcome on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Appointments also available by calling (217) 554-4444.

#8 - Kroger pharmacies (two locations in Bloomington-Normal). Make an appointment online.

#9 - Chestnut Family Health Center in Bloomington. No charge or co-pays. Open to the general public. Register online.

You can find a full list of vaccination locations at Coronavirus.Illinois.gov.

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