Vaccination Event at Schaumburg Convention Center

Vaccination Event at Schaumburg Convention Center

Vaccine Distribution Information

Information regarding the vaccine and plan for Illinois can be found on the Illinois Department of Public Health’s website and also the Cook County Department of Public Health’s (CCDPH) website. Additional information and instructions will be shared in village communications as it becomes available through these public health agencies.

View the CCDPH vaccine distribution plan graphic here.

Vaccine Registration

On Jan. 25, Cook County moved to Phase 1b of the vaccine distribution plan, which includes individuals 65 and over and front-line essential workers. Individuals who fall within those categories and live or work in Cook County are encouraged to register online for the community vaccine program. Users should complete the sign-up form to receive:

  • Information on scheduling a vaccine appointment through Cook County Department of Public Health
  • Information on vaccine distribution locations throughout Cook County.

Vaccine supply is extremely limited at this time, so please be patient. For more information, visit the Cook County Department of Public Health’s website. You may also contact Cook County’s vaccine sign-up hotline for assistance Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at (833) 308-1988.

Vaccine Locations & Appointments

  • Cook County locations (including the site located at 1155 E. Oakton St. in nearby Des Plaines)
    • For more information, visit Cook County’s website or call (833) 308-1988.
  • United Center vaccination location for seniors 65 and older (only available to City of Chicago residents at this time)
    • For more information, visit Zocdoc’s website or call (312) 746-4835.
  • Statewide vaccination locations (regardless of zip code)
    • For more information, visit the State of Illinois’ website.

For all other state and local health care provider vaccination locations, visit the State of Illinois’ website.

Phases

Vaccine allocation phases include the following:

Phase 1a

  • Hospital staff; long-term care facility staff and residents; and EMS personnel (paramedics and EMTs)

Phase 1b  (Current Phase)

  • Persons aged 65 years and older
  • Frontline essential workers, defined as those workers who are essential for the functioning of society and are at the highest risk of exposure, including the following:
    • First responders: Firefighters (including volunteers), Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs), 911 Dispatch (Public Safety Answering Point – PSAP), Security Personnel, School Officers. (EMS personnel are considered under Phase 1a).
    • Corrections Officers/Inmates: Jail Officers, Juvenile Facility Staff, Workers Providing In-Person Support, Inmates.
    • Food and Agriculture Workers: Processing, Plants, Veterinary Health, Livestock Services, Animal Care.
    • Postal Service Workers
    • Manufacturing Workers: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale or other manufacturers.
    • Grocery Store Workers: Baggers, Cashiers, Stockers, Pick-Up, Customer Service.
    • Public Transit Workers: Flight Crew, Bus Drivers, Train Conductors, Taxi Drivers, Para-Transit Drivers, In-Person Support, Ride-Sharing Services.
    • Education (Congregate Child Care, Pre-K through 12th grade): Teachers, Principals, Student Support, Student Aids, Day Care Workers.
    • Shelters/Adult Day Care: Homeless Shelter, Women’s Shelter, Adult Day/Drop-In Program, Sheltered Workshop, Psycho-Social Rehab.

Phase 1c

  • Persons aged 16-64 years with high-risk conditions
  • Essential workers not recommended in Phase 1b

Phase 2

  • All people aged 16 years and older not in Phase 1 who are recommended for vaccination

Credit & Article: Village of Schaumburg, https://www.villageofschaumburg.com/government/general-government/covid-19-vaccine-information-updates

The Township of Schaumburg is coordinating COVID-19 vaccine appointments for two clinics next week.

The Township of Schaumburg is coordinating COVID-19 vaccine appointments for two clinics next week.

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments: Call today at 847-285-4580

The Township of Schaumburg is coordinating COVID-19 vaccine appointments for two clinics next week.

Beginning today at 9:30 am, individuals 65 and older may call the Township at 847-285-4580 (Video Phone: 224-520-9763) to schedule an appointment.

Due to high demand and limited vaccine supply, not everyone will be able to be scheduled at this time. Callers may only schedule for those in their households. If you call and the phone is ringing, stay on the line as you will be in the queue. If you get a busy signal, please hang up and call again. Do not call the Township mainline or other direct lines – we cannot transfer calls to the COVID line.

We expect our phone lines to be jammed today.

If you are looking to reach Transportation call 630-445-9048 and the Food Pantry call 847-450-8011. All other departments will resume calls on Monday at 3.15.

If you are able, please email the appropriate staff member for more immediate, non-COVID-19 appointment-related, assistance. If you are unable to schedule an appointment today, please check our website, schaumburgtownship.org, our social media pages, linked below, for up-to-date information on vaccines in our area.
The Township of Schaumburg serves 140,000 residents in the Illinois villages of Elk Grove, Hanover Park, Hoffman Estates, Rolling Meadows, Roselle, Schaumburg, and Streamwood.

Credit: Township of Schaumburg

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Early Voting Locations April 06, 2021, Consolidated General Election Location for Schaumburg Township Residents

Early Voting Locations April 06, 2021, Consolidated General Election Location for Schaumburg Township Residents

Early Voting Locations April 06, 2021, Consolidated General Election Location for Schaumburg Township Residents. “Get out the vote” our good friend Nimish Jani & team, Char Seaton-Kegarise, Diane Dunham, Jeffrey Mytych. #vote4trustee #nimishjani #TeamJani #schaumbugtrustee #trustee #votejani #ballot82 🙏🗳

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Indian American Nimish Jani Trustee of Schaumburg Township

Indian American Nimish Jani Trustee of Schaumburg Township

Indian American Nimish Jani has been re-elected on April 4 as Schaumburg Township Trustee for a second term. The township consists of seven towns – Schaumburg, Hanover Park, Streamwood, Rolling Meadows, Elk Grove Village, Roselle, and Hoffman Estate. Jani is a small business owner and a Schaumburg resident for over 24 years.

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A Republican with a proven track record of community service during his first term, Jani is determined to continue with the same agenda for his second term. A strong proponent of grassroots level involvement of the Indian-American and all other ethnic communities, Jani believes America’s democracy offers everybody a fair chance, from the village-township level right up to the U.S. Congress and Senate.

Jani said in his statement that his top three priorities as trustee will be to keep taxes low while continuing to provide a high quality of service, passing a balanced budget, and identifying opportunities to increase levels of service, without additional revenue, through partnerships with outside organizations.

Jani has been encouraging Indian-Americans and other South Asian Americans in Schaumburg to get involved in local government, institutions, and boards.

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“It is my cherished goal to see that each of the township’s agencies has at least one member of our Indian-American and South Asian American community working,” Jani said in the statement. “ It is a pity that as a community, we fall woefully short when it comes to getting involved in the affairs of the township,”: he added.

As a small business owner himself, he understands the community’s preoccupations with their own financial, entrepreneurial, and professional lives. “But at the same time we owe to this township that we find at least half an hour a day or even a week to make our voices heard on a variety of issues,” he notes.

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