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 Feb. 4, 2021.
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Who can be vaccinated?
COVID vaccines are now available for those in Phase 1A or Phase 1B. Phase 1A includes health care personnel and residents of long-term care facilities. Phase 1B includes people 65+ and frontline essential workers, such as first responders, grocery store workers, and teachers.
Where can you get vaccinated?
#1 - Clinics run by the McLean County Health Department and Carle BroMenn Medical Center. There are at least 3 clinics per week. New clinics announced each Thursday. 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. Eligible employees will receive a prenotification email at their @ilstu email from Student Health Services.
#5 - OSF HealthCare is now offering vaccines to patients 65 and older, prioritizing those who have certain medical conditions that could put them at greater risk. OSF is individually contacting eligible patients to schedule their vaccination.
#6 - Walgreens, six locations in Bloomington-Normal. Make an appointment online.
#7 - Bloomington VA outpatient clinic - veterans who are 65 and older should call (217) 554-4444 to make an appointment.
#8 - Kroger pharmacies (two locations in Bloomington-Normal). Make an appointment online.
You can find a full list of vaccination locations at Coronavirus.Illinois.gov.