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RESTORE ILLINOIS LICENSED DAY CARE GUIDANCE &
License Exempt School-Age Guidance
|Your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is now available through the Lake County Health Department (LCHD) |
!Please read all instructions below before scheduling.
Appointments are now available for Pre-K through 12th grade staff and child group daycare workers at two locations in Lake County:
Adlai Stevenson High School
Round Lake High School
Please login to the AllVax Portal to schedule your appointment using the code below.
This is a private link, please do not forward. Vaccine scheduling is based on availability. If no appointment is available, please check back regularly. New appointments are added daily.
As an educator or daycare worker, you must enter the following registration code when you schedule. This code is only for you. Do not share this code with others.
Adlai Stevenson High School and Round Lake High School are the only sites that have educator and daycare worker appointments through AllVax at this time. If you select a different location, such as the Lake County Fairgrounds, you will be turned away at the site.
At the vaccination site, you will need to present proof that you work in a Pre-K through 12th grade or group daycare setting. This could include a staff ID, paystub, W2, or letter from your employer. Daycare providers also need to bring a copy of their facility’s DCFS license or DCFS license-exempt letter.
Click Here to Schedule Your Appointment
Please review and/or complete the linked documents before your visit:
Consent for Treatment & Payment. Please SIGN AND BRING WITH YOU to your first visit.
Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet: Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech
Notice of Privacy Practices
V-SAFE flyer. If you do not have a smartphone, you will call (847) 377-8130 to report any reactions you have to the vaccine.
Steps to Take After Your COVID-19 Vaccination
CDC: What to Expect After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
Do NOT schedule an appointment if you:
Have a fever or are feeling ill.
Have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days.
Have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
Have received any other vaccine in the past 14 days.
Have received treatment with monoclonal antibodies such as Regeneron or convalescent plasma in the past 90 days.
Have a severe allergy to any ingredient in the COVID-19 vaccine. Please review the ingredients in the EUA Fact Sheet.
If you have a history of severe reactions or anaphylaxis to another vaccine OR to any other injectable medication, please speak to your doctor about the risks versus benefits of vaccination.
People with allergic reactions, including severe allergic reactions, NOT related to vaccines or injectable medications (such as food, pet, venom, environmental, or latex allergies; oral medications) can still get the COVID-19 vaccine.
People who have had severe allergic reactions to anything will be observed for 30 minutes after vaccination in the parking lot. All others will be observed for 15 minutes.
Please see the LCHD newsletter: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ILLAKE/bulletins/2bfb98d
This is a great resource to share with your parents, staff, and school community.
Quarantine Guidance for Daycares
The Lake County Health Department continues to recommend only 14-day quarantine periods in high-risk, congregate settings such as daycare centers. Shorter quarantine options are less effective at preventing COVID-19 transmission in these settings. Even a small increased risk of transmission could result in many new infections.
As we slowly ramp up vaccination efforts for child care workers in the county, I wanted to share post-vaccination guidance from IDPH: Post-Vaccine-Guidance-Schools.pdf (isbe.net)