Some South Side residents 40 and older can get COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday in Pullman

About 1,000 Pfizer shots will be administered at the Pullman Community Center to residents; appointments are required to be made via email.

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Some South Side residents can sign up via email on Monday for free COVID-19 vaccinations in Pullman on Tuesday,

Some South Side residents can sign up via email on Monday for free COVID-19 vaccinations in Pullman on Tuesday,

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Residents of the 9th Ward who are 40 and older can sign up Monday for free COVID-19 vaccinations in Pullman on Tuesday, with eligibility expanded to some 6th, 10th and 34th Ward residents.

Pfizer vaccines will be available for residents who make an appointment, according to 9th Ward Ald. Anthony Beale’s office. Email 9thwardvax@gmail.com with a name, phone number and address to sign up. Residents who are selected will get an email response with the time to arrive Tuesday.

The vaccine will be administered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Pullman Community Center, 10355 S. Woodlawn Ave. Residents receiving the dose must bring proof they live in the city, like a state ID or driver’s license and an insurance card if they have one.

The community center plans to administer about 1,000 shots. The event is being organized by Beale in partnership with Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Jewel-Osco.

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