Subject: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Kenilworth Seniors 65 and up on March 23
Residents of Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northfield, Wilmette, and Winnetka ages 65 and over can register to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at New Trier High School Northfield Campus (7 Happ Road, Northfield) on Tuesday, March 23 (1st dose) and Tuesday, April 20 (2nd dose) by calling any of the following numbers on Friday, March 19 from 10 AM-4 PM or until appointments are filled, whichever is first:
Vaccination appointments will be made on a first come, first served basis. Approximately 1,100 doses are available. Once appointments are filled, callers will receive an automated message to this effect. No online registration portal is available for this clinic.
This opportunity is provided by Cook County and Albertsons/Jewel Osco, hosted by New Trier High School, and staffed by employees of participating municipalities. In order to be eligible, residents must present a valid driver’s license (proving identity and residency in Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northfield, Wilmette, or Winnetka) and insurance card at the vaccination site. After registering, individuals will receive an email with authorization documents that should be filled out and brought to the vaccination site. Residents signing up to be vaccinated must be available on both March 23 and April 20 and able to provide their own transportation to and from the site.
Please be a good neighbor and share this opportunity with seniors who are still in need of the vaccine or help them register!
Cook County is currently in Phase 1b which includes individuals 65 and over and front line essential workers.
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