AURORA, IL – Two thousand Aurora residents can register on Wednesday afternoon to receive a coronavirus vaccine over the weekend.
The city will hold its third mass vaccination clinic on Saturday. Online registration opens on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Residents can sign up for a vaccine if they are 65 years of age or older, work on the front lines, or have a qualified illness, according to the city’s website.
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The clinic on Saturday will provide doses of the coronavirus vaccine to the first 2,000 registered residents. Some will receive the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine, according to city officials.
Residents can Login here to get a link to register for a vaccine in the mass clinic. Registering on the Eventbrite website does not guarantee residents will receive a vaccine on Saturday.
Age: 65 years and older
Occupation: Healthcare, First Responders, Education, Food and Agriculture, Manufacturing, Corrections, U.S. Postal Services, Public Transportation Workers, Grocers, Shelters / Adult Day Care
Health status: Diabetes, obesity, lung disease, smoking, heart disease, chronic kidney disease, cancer, immunocompromised, sickle cells, pregnancy, person with a disability
Thousands receive coronavirus vaccines at the Aurora mass clinic
Walgreens is partnering with the City of Aurora and Mayor Richard Irvin for the “Mass Vax Aurora” clinic on Saturday. Residents who sign up for a vaccine will receive more information about the time and location of the clinic.