Kane County Health Department:
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Sign-Up for Vaccination
Due to the change in location, no walk-ins will be accepted.
The FDA recently authorized an updated bivalent booster. Following the FDA's announcement, CDC has updated its recommendations, allowing those aged 5 and older to receive this new booster dose.
The bivalent booster dose is available to those aged 5 and older. These boosters are available after the completion of the primary series and at least two months since the last dose.
You will be asked to select which dose you are receiving (1st, 2nd, 3rd, booster) on the CHECKOUT page AFTER selecting your vaccine type (Pfizer, Moderna, Novavax).
Step 1: Download Your Consent Form
Please select the consent form based on the vaccine you are signing up for.
Step 2: Schedule Your Appointment
On the day of your appointment, please remember to bring your completed consent form (from step 1) and your ticket with the QR code (issued after registration). If you are receiving anything but your first dose, please bring your COVID vaccine card if you have one. If you need a replacement card, you may obtain one on-site.
Pfizer Fact Sheet English
Pfizer Fact Sheet Spanish
Moderna Fact Sheet English
Moderna Fact Sheet Spanish
Which Vaccine Will I Receive?
Kane County Health Department
1240 N Highland Ave
Aurora, IL 60506
Illinois Vaccine Appointment Call Center
Illinois' Guidance on COVID-19
KaneVax.org will help you set-up an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccination, as well as provide helpful links to stay up-to-date with the most recent news related to COVID-19. There are also links for call centers and phone numbers provided to answer your questions.