COVID-19 Vaccine Community Resources

Schedule your vaccination

Addressing Your Vaccine Concerns 

COVID-19 has hit Rush’s surrounding neighborhoods harder than most, and now help is on the way with the arrival of vaccines. However, we know that there may be fears and hesitancy about receiving the vaccine due to historical mistreatment of Black and Latinx people by the medical community. That’s why we’re reaching out to communities to make sure you get your concerns addressed; that you have facts, information and helpful resources about the COVID-19 vaccine; and to connect you to key resources you need to get vaccinated.

In addition to getting vaccinated, it’s important to still continue doing your part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect yourself, your loved ones and community by doing the following:

  • Wear a mask to protect yourself and others.
  • Practice social distancing.
  • Wash your hands.

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Rush Faculty Discuss the COVID-19 Vaccine

 

 

 

Carl Lambert

COVID-19 Vaccine Community Resources

Vaccine FAQs
(English)

Vaccine FAQs (Spanish)

Seeking, Sharing the Truth About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccine FAQs for Cancer Patients

Vaccine FAQs for Cancer Patients (Spanish)

How mRNA Vaccines Work

Rush Community Vaccine Day

Chicago faith-based leaders came together at Rush University Medical Center to share words of hope, express support for COVID-19 vaccination and demonstrate their trust of the vaccine by getting their first dose.

Faith leader receiving a COVID-19 vaccine

Rush Staff Discuss the COVID-19 Vaccines

Interviews With Faith Leaders

See and Share Social Posts on #WhyIGotVaccinated