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COVID-19 Vaccination

Exciting news: as of June 19, 2022, all Chicagoans aged six months and older are now eligible to get vaccinated against COVID-19, including CPS students aged three and four. If you’re ready to get yourself or your child vaccinated, you can find appointments using this site.

If you’re still deciding, we encourage you to speak with your healthcare provider, or visit us at one of our COVID-19 vaccination events. If you need assistance finding a healthcare provider, call the Healthy CPS Hotline at 773-553-5437 (KIDS). We’ve also provided some important information about COVID-19 vaccines below.

If you or your child have already been vaccinated, you may be eligible for a booster shot to increase your protection against COVID-19. For information about boosters, please view the FAQ below or visit the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

Ready to Get Vaccinated or Boosted? Make an Appointment Today.

I have two grandparents that live with me and I wanted to protect them.

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I have two grandparents that live with me and I wanted to protect them.

cps middle school student

Need More Information? Read Our FAQ.

Making the choice to vaccinate your child against COVID-19 is a big one. You should have the facts before making that choice. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the vaccine in children and teens.

Why Get Vaccinated? Take It From Our Students.

A CPS student discusses the COVID-19 vaccine.

This is my last year of high school. I want to make sure that we all remember this together.

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Staff Vaccination

CPS policy requires employees and vendor staff who do not report proof of full vaccination to the district to consent to weekly COVID-19 testing. To keep the public informed, we are closely tracking employee vaccination efforts and other data related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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