City officials will open two new mass vaccination sites Monday, including one near Wrigley Field, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Tuesday.
The other mass vaccination site will open at Chicago State University, 9501 S. King Drive, officials announced.
The mass vaccination site next to Wrigley Field at the American Airlines Conference Center at Gallagher Way will be operated by Advocate Aurora Health and have the capacity to administer approximately 2,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine daily by appointment.
The Chicago State University mass vaccination site will be run by the Chicago Department of Public Health, with Community Organized Relief Effort operating the site and Howard Brown Health administering the vaccine, officials said. It will offer 1,200 walk-up and 1,000 drive-thru vaccination appointments from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, officials said.
Only Chicago residents will be eligible for appointments at the sites, and people will need to bring proof of residency to their appointment, officials said. More information on which documents will be required is available online at Chicago.gov/COVIDVax.
The two new mass vaccination sites will join the federally run mass vaccination site at the United Center and the mass vaccination site that opened earlier this week for union employees.
There is no charge for the vaccine, and insurance is not required, officials said.