NO CLINICS ARE SCHEDULED AT THIS TIME.
In order to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination from the Macon County Health Department, you must:
- reside or work in Macon County, Illinois and,
- be part of Phase 1a or 1b and,
- Phase 1a: Health care Personnel (Hospital, Non-hospital and other congregate care settings), Long-Term Care Facility residents and staff
- Phase 1b: Persons aged 65 years and older, first responders, K-12 education workers, food and agriculture, manufacturing, corrections workers and inmates, USPS workers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares.
- be available to receive your second dose 24-32 days after your first dose.
Those who plan to attend:
- Bring a work ID badge or current paystub to verify frontline essential worker status or a form of ID to verify age to prove eligibility (Those who cannot provide proof of residency or employment in Macon County will be turned away.);
Bring a copy of your insurance card. If you have Medicare, be sure to bring your red, white, and blue Medicare card, even if you’re enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan. If you are unable to make a copy, please bring the original.
- Wear a short sleeve shirt and face covering;
- Complete vaccine forms, print, and bring them to the clinic to save time. If you are unable to complete and print the forms, they will also be available onsite;
Be prepared to complete the MCHD screening process upon arrival. This process includes answering questions as well as a temperature check
Macon County Health Department (MCHD): 1221 E. Condit Street, Decatur, IL 62526
Richland Community College National Sequestration Education Center (RCC NSEC): 3357 N. President Howard Brown Blvd. (near the wind turbines)
COVID-19 Vaccination Form *Please complete and bring to your appointment!
*For instructions on how to schedule your appointment visit: Scheduling an Appointment | Macon County Health Department
This page was last updated on March 5, 2021. For more information or to schedule a phone appointment, please call 217-718-6205. This line will be open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (closed on holidays).Macon County Vaccination Data: COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Data | IDPH (illinois.gov)