COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Available! Jackson County is partnering with the State of Illinois and Illinois National Guard to expand vaccination opportunities.
Who Can Make an Appointment: Any Illinois resident 16 and older is eligible to receive a vaccination. Anyone 16 or 17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.
How to Make an Appointment: Preferred Method – Use the links below to schedule online. Other Method: Call your local health department for assistance. Jackson County residents can call 618/684-3143.
Vaccines offered at these clinics are determined based on vaccine availability at the time. The day of the clinic the vaccine option could be one of the following vaccines: Moderna - 2 doses - 28 days apart (Ages 18 & over), Pfizer - 2 doses - 21 days apart (Ages 16 & over) or Johnson & Johnson - 1 dose (Ages 18 & over). For more information on the vaccine being offered follow Jackson County Health Department facebook & twitter or call 684-3143 to verify what is being offered on the day of the clinic.
SIUC Banterra Center/Arena, 1490 Douglas Drive - Schedule 1st Dose or 2nd Dose Appt or Walk-in
- 5/11/21 - Pfizer - 1st & 2nd Doses
- 5/12/21 - Pfizer - 1st & 2nd Doses
- 5/13/21 - Pfizer - 1st & 2nd Doses
- 5/14/21 - J & J - Pfizer - 1st & 2nd Doses
- 5/15/21 - J & J - Pfizer - 1st & 2nd Doses
Carbondale Civic Center, 200 S Illinois Ave, Cdale - Site Closed. SIUC Banterra Center is available for 1st & 2nd Dose needs.
Please visit https://www.vaccines.gov/ for more locations with vaccination opportunities.