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Those looking to receive the Covid vaccine can do so at the free drive-thru site at South Suburban College. The site offers Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Covid testing is also available at this location.

South Suburban College Drive-Thru Vaccination/Testing Site
15800 South State Street, South Holland – Northwest Parking Lot

No appointment is necessary but individuals seeking testing may save time by pre-registering online at For testing and vaccination site inquiries, call 888.297.7208.

For additional vaccination sites throughout Cook County, visit

The Cook County Department of Health also offers in-home COVID-19 vaccination services to reach individuals find it difficult to go to COVID-19 vaccination sites to get the vaccine (1st, 2nd, and 3rd doses and boosters). Learn more.

For Covid case counts and vaccination rates in South Holland and surrounding communities, visit


FEBRUARY 25, 2022 — Beginning Monday, February 28, masks and proof of Covid-19 vaccination will no longer be required in their previously designated settings, per the Cook County Department of Public Health and the State of Illinois. This includes the South Holland Community Center. Masks will still be required in areas that are controlled by CDC guidelines such as healthcare settings, public transportation and congregate care facilities.

We are grateful for this positive turn of events and are hopeful that things will continue to look up! Thank you for your patience and cooperation over the past two years as we have navigated this pandemic together.


DECEMBER 30, 2021 — The Cook County Department of Public Health issued a new mitigation order in response to the current surge of Covid cases and hospitalizations. Effective January 3, 2022, all individuals ages 5 or older must show proof of vaccination to utilize a gym or to dine in at a restaurant (no vaccination proof is needed for counter service and carryout). Learn more.

Please Note: This order applies to the South Holland Community Center beginning January 3.

Valid forms of verification include:
Valid photo ID (age 16+) AND
-Vaccination card or
-Photocopy of vaccination card or
-Digital record or app or
-Printed record from vaccine provider


NOVEMBER 24, 2021 — The Cook County Department of Public Health has announced that booster shots are now available for ALL adults. Boosters are widely available in suburban Cook County as well as vaccines for children age 5 and older. If you are at least 18 years old and it has been six months since your Pfizer or Moderna vaccine series, or two months since your Johnson & Johnson shot, you are eligible for a booster shot.

For a list of vaccination sites, click here.


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