All Illinoisans age 12 and up can now get vaccinated — and back to daily life.
Family gatherings. Summer cookouts. In-person schooling. Vacations. It’s time to get back to the things we’ve missed by getting protected with a vaccine.
Doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Illinois, representing about 67% of residents 12 and up receiving their first dose.
How do I get my vaccine?
The CDC’s new vaccine finder tool shows you the closest location to get your shot, and you can filter by manufacturer, which makes it easy to protect kids who are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.
Why should I get vaccinated?
The growing availability of vaccines means we can help protect ourselves, slow the spread of the virus and save as many lives as possible. Here’s why you should consider getting vaccinated:
The most important benefit of vaccination is to help prevent you from getting sick with COVID-19.
Vaccines go through rigorous testing to prove their protection, and all three authorized vaccines are highly effective at preventing death and hospitalizations from COVID-19
End the pandemic
Vaccines are how we end this pandemic. Once enough of us have been vaccinated and build immunity, we can get back to our pre-COVID routine.
Tracking COVID-19 in Illinois
Vaccine Doses Administered
*Numbers updated every Monday and Friday by 5pm. Last updated 06/18/2021 12:00 P.M.
**Total tests performed and reported electronically for testing of COVID-19 at IDPH, commercial or hospital laboratories. Deaths are included in the number of positive cases. All numbers displayed are provisional and subject to change. Information regarding the number of people under investigation updated on 06/18/2021. Information to be updated daily.
Protecting lives and livelihoods
Protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of Illinoisans is Governer Pritzker's top priority. The administration continues to work closely with local health departments. country officials and federal partners to put systems in place and respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Illinois Cases
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The COVID-19 vaccine is an effective tool to safely reach the other side of this pandemic. We’ve now begun efficient, effective and equitable distribution of the vaccine to suppress the spread of the virus, save as many lives as possible, and rebuild our economy.
Getting tested for COVID-19 and quarantining if you’re positive is a proven method of slowing the spread. If you think you’ve been exposed or are experiencing symptoms, find a testing site near you.
Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamations
Governor JB Pritzker has issued a number of disaster proclamations in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to protect the lives and livelihoods of the people of Illinois. The proclamations assist state agencies in coordinating state and federal resources, including the Strategic National Stockpile of medicines and protective equipment, to support local governments in preparation for any action that may be necessary related to the impact of COVID-19 across the state.
In addition to the Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamation, Governor Pritzker has issued a number of Executive Orders to address the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
Executive Order 2021-13
EXTENDS MORATORIUM ON EVICTIONS - A person or entity may not commence a residential eviction action. All state, county, and local law enforcement officers are instructed to cease enforcement of orders of eviction for residential premises. This Executive Order supersedes Executive Order 2020-72.
Executive Order 2021-12
PHASE FIVE REOPENING - Safely and conscientiously expands activities that were limited during the prior mitigation Phases of the State’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, consistent with CDC guidance. This Executive Order supersedes Executive Order 2021-10.
Executive Order 2021-11
REISSUES EXECUTIVE ORDERS - Reissues several executive orders, extending a majority of the provisions through June 26, 2021.