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Monday, April 12 Event at Georgios Banquets Open to Township Residents in Phase 1B and with Underlying Medical Conditions or Otherwise Eligible Under Phase 1C.

ORLAND TOWNSHIP – Building on the success of Orland Township’s two recent vaccination events for local seniors, Supervisor Paul O’Grady announced the Township will soon host its third – and largest – COVID-19 vaccine distribution function for Township residents in Phase 1B and with underlying medical conditions or otherwise eligible under Phase 1C.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

The distribution of COVID-19 vaccination will be done in a phased approach as vaccine supply is available and using guidance from local, state and national public health authorities. On this site, you can sign up for COVID-19 updates and information to schedule an appointment when administration expands to your phase.
Providing all the information requested will ensure that you are notified properly as the program expands. Please visit frequently to access the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 and the vaccine distribution program.

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Governor Pritzker and President Preckwinkle Announce Location of Four State-Supported Vaccination Sites Across Cook County

Sites Beginning to Vaccinate Eligible Residents Today, January 19th

Tuesday, January 19, 2021 – Governor, Office of the

CHICAGO — Building on the state’s Vaccination Administration Plan Governor JB Pritzker announced the locations of four state-support vaccination sites across Cook County that will begin vaccinating Illinois residents today – Tuesday, January 19. The sites are being stood up through support from the Illinois National Guard (ILNG).

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The COVID-19 vaccine is a critical tool to safely reach the other side of this pandemic and begin Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois plan. Through efficient and effective distribution of the vaccine, we can suppress the spread of the
virus, rebuild our economy, and save as many lives as possible. Illinois will only distribute a vaccine that is deemed safe. A team of experts in Illinois will review the data submitted to the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for all vaccines submitted for approval, in addition to the thorough reviews being conducted by the FDA.

As vaccines move from approval to distribution, the administration will ensure it reaches Illinoisans as quickly as possible using an equitycentric approach as we have done throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. As we move forward, it is critical that Illinoisans continue to follow public health mitigations to suppress the spread of the virus until vaccines are ready for widespread distribution.