Kane County Health Department: 3 Steps Seniors Can Take To Get COVID-19 Vaccine Shots

Kane County Health Department: 3 Steps Seniors Can Take To Get COVID-19 Vaccine Shots

The Kane County Health Department today suggested three options for residents age 65 and older to get a COVID-19 vaccination shot.

“Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on everyone — especially older adults,” health officials said in a news release. “Effective vaccines have been developed and are being distributed (by hospitals, health clinics, pharmacies and the Health Department) to protect the public from the virus.”

The Health Department suggests that seniors:

Health officials stress that entering your contact information through this link does not reserve a spot for receiving the vaccine.

“As the vaccine becomes more widely accessible, it will be provided through different locations (employers, physician offices, pharmacies,” health officials said. “We will do our best to provide you with the most current updates.”

Technology Help For Seniors

The organizations listed below have agreed to help area seniors with technology issues.

If you do not have access to a computer or do not have an email address, call:

  • Seniors Services Associates: 630-897-4035 (Aurora), or 847-741-0404 (Elgin).
  • AgeGuide Northeastern Illinois: 630-293-5990
  • Association for Individual Development (AID): 630-966-9393
  • Aurora Public Library District: 630-264-4117
  • Aurora Township: 630-897-8777 Ext. 1178
  • Batavia RSVP: 630-406-9993
  • Family Focus: 331-256-5980
  • Fox Valley Community Services: 815-786-9404
  • Gail Borden Public Library District: 847-742-2411
  • Geneva Public Library District: 630-232-0780
  • Hampshire Township: 847-683-9464
  • Kane Senior Council: 630-338-0999
  • Retina Health Institute – Dr Rashmi Kapur: 847-488-1030
  • St. Charles Public Library: 630-584-0076
  • Two Rivers Head Start Agency: 630-264-1444

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SOURCE: Kane County Health Department news release