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Mass Vax Sites

Cook County Health (CCH) recently reopened
mass COVID-19 vaccination sites in Forest
Park, Matteson and Des Plaines. Appointments
via vaccine.cookcountyil.gov will be prioritized.
Walk-ins will also be welcome on a first-come,
first-served basis.

Vaccine Mandate

CCDPH Mitigation Order 2021-11 went into effect
Jan. 3, 2022, requiring patrons of certain businesses
to provide proof of COVID-19. Click on the button
below to view the order, business guidance, including
signage and plan templates, and for answers to
frequently asked questions.

Save the Date

The Annual Chicago Food Justice Summit
is being held virtually February 23-25, 2022.
This year’s theme is Collective Care.
Registration is now open!

Community Voices

Real residents of Cook County share
their stories of COVID-19 and encourage
you to get vaccinated against the virus.

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You can help slow the spread of Omicron.
Wear a mask, even if you’re fully vaccinated and boosted.

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The Cook County Department of Public Health is the state certified public health agency for most of Suburban Cook County, serving approximately 2.5 million residents in 125 municipalities. Public health is the science of protecting and improving the health of people and communities through research, education, and prevention

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Behavioral Health

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Communicable Diseases

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Health Equity

Health inequities are differences in health status between groups of people that result from unjust social inequalities between those groups.

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CCDPH provides breast and cervical cancer referral, follow-up and case management; vision and hearing screening; public health nursing; and Tuberculosis (TB) Prevention and Control.

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Updated January 26, 2022, 3:19 PM