Rush University Medical Center opens up online COVID vaccine scheduling

Anyone who qualifies for a vaccine based on city and state guidelines is able to sign up using the Rush website.

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Rush University Medical Center is now offering online scheduling for COVID-19 vaccines.

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Rush University Medical Center has opened its online portal for COVID-19 vaccine registration.

Rush offers vaccinations only at its main campus downtown. The hospital is following guidelines set by the city and state departments of public health to determine eligibility. Under those guidelines, healthcare workers, people age 65 or older, and other categories of essential workers can be vaccinated. For more details on vaccine eligibility in phase 1B, click here.


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To schedule a vaccine at Rush, visit this website. Users will be required to affirm their eligibility before being able to select an appointment time.

Rush will add new appointment times on Mondays, so if no appointments are available, users are encouraged to check at the beginning of the week.

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