Restaurant Workers, Hairdressers And More Can Soon Get Vaccinated. Here's Who Else Is Eligible During 1C – Block Club Chicago

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Anyone who wants a shot during Phase 1C will be able to get one in April or May, Dr. Allison Arwady said.
CHICAGO — The city will move into the next phase of vaccinations, 1C, on March 29, making many more people eligible for the shots.
The city released details Wednesday on who will be eligible for a vaccine starting March 29 — and the list includes people with underlying conditions, restaurant workers and hairdressers. Dr. Allison Arwady, head of the Chicago Department of Public, said during a Wednesday news conference.
Shots will not be available for everyone in 1C starting March 29. But the federal government will increase its supply of doses to Chicago, and anyone who wants a shot during Phase 1C will be able to get one in April or May, Arwady said.
Here’s what you need to know about Phase 1C:
Here is who will be eligible during 1C in Chicago:
An even more detailed list is available on the health department’s website. Click here to see it.
Phase 1C will officially start March 29 in Chicago.
Chicago vaccine providers could start administering shots to people in the 1C category slightly early if they find their appointments are not being filled by people from 1B, Arwady said March 9.
If you are in Phase 1C, you cannot make an appointment yet. Check back for updates.
Read more: Here’s How You Can Get Vaccinated Against Coronavirus In Chicago
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