COVID-19 Vaccination

The LCHD is closed government holidays.

LCHD vaccination clinics are open to anyone eligible for the vaccine.

APPOINTMENTS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED! Appointments will be taken before any walk-ins.

Pfizer is available to anyone age *5 and older. Pfizer’s initial vaccination series is two doses given 21 days apart. A booster dose is available after five months to anyone age *12 and older. (*A legal guardian must accompany all minors.) A second booster is available to immunocompromised individuals and those age 50+ four months after their first booster.

Moderna is available to anyone age 18 and older. Moderna’s initial vaccination series is two doses given 28 days apart. A booster dose is available after five months to anyone age 18 and older. A second booster is available to immunocompromised individuals and those age 50+ four months after their first booster.

J&J is available to anyone age 18 and older. J&J’s initial vaccination series is just one dose. A booster dose is available after two months to anyone age 18 and older. A second booster is available anyone who received J&J four months after their first booster.

For more info on COVID-19 vaccination series, please visit CDC’s website.

Schedule an Appointment

Please read ALL direction carefully before clicking the clinic links.

  1. Click on the link for your chosen clinic below
  2. Choose an available time slot –> click Book Now
  3. Add to cart -> click Continue
  4. Add contact information -> click Continue
  5. Submit registration
  6. Download your ticket and either print or save it to your phone
  7. Download and complete the following consent form

Required Consent Form – print and complete and bring to appointment.

You must bring to your appointment:

  • ID showing proof of age
  • Completed consent form
  • COVID-19 vaccination card (for those receiving 2nd, 3rd or booster doses)
  • Mask to wear during your appointment
  • Ticket with QR code (example below)

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at the LCHD

(310 E Torrance Ave, Pontiac, IL)

All three types of vaccines, Moderna, *Pfizer, and J&J, are available.

*Mondays ONLY from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. *Closed government holidays.

Click Here to schedule an appointment

*Pfizer is available to anyone age 5 and older. A legal guardian must accompany all minors.

For those with limited mobility, we are happy to bring the vaccine to your vehicle during your appointment. Please give us a call to let us know that you require the vaccine be brought to your vehicle: 815-844-7174 ext. 210

Daily appointments, including weekends, are available at a number of area pharmacies. To search for COVID vaccination locations in Illinois, including participating pharmacies, please visit IDPH’s COVID Vaccination Location page.

Homebound COVID-19 Vaccination Program

Livingston County is working to reach homebound individuals who are unable to visit COVID-19 vaccination sites.

Please note that LCHD vaccination sites are ADA accessible, and this program is specifically for Livingston County residents who are unable to leave their residence for medical reasons.

To be eligible for this program you must:

– Live in Livingston County
AND
– Leaving home is not an option for you because doing so requires considerable and taxing effort.
AND
– Be a person with a disability who requires in-home assistance.

OR
– Need adaptive and/or accessible transportation to leave home.

If eligible, please contact the LCHD at 815-844-7174 ext. 238.

Difference Between Booster and Third Dose

A third dose is different from a booster dose of vaccine. A booster dose is supplemental and given to people whose vaccine immune response has weakened over time. A third dose is recommended for people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems as a means of helping them achieve the necessary vaccine immune response to a mRNA COVID-19 vaccination series.

Third Dose

The CDC recommends people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems receive a third dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days after their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19. CDC does not recommend additional doses for any other population at this time. CDC does not recommend third doses for any other population at this time. More information regarding third doses, including eligibility, found here: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

No proof is required to demonstrate a person is immunocompromised. People must bring their COVID-19 vaccination card and ID with them to their appointment.

Electronic Proof of Vaccination

Needing a QR for travel or an event? You may acquire electronic proof of your vaccination by using the following form: CLICK HERE

Lost Vaccination Card?

You may submit a request to IDPH for a replacement COVID-19 vaccination using the following form: CLICK HERE

Additional COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Pfizer Fact Sheet

Moderna Fact Sheet

J&J Fact Sheet – Updated 4/23/2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women