Kane Health Dept. to host vaccine clinic at Juneteenth event in Aurora on Saturday

Health Department will also offer vaccines on June 25 at Geneva’s Swedish Days festival

The Kane County Health Department will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic Saturday, June 19 from 3:30 to 7 p.m. at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park, Farnsworth Avenue and Grand Boulevard in Aurora in conjunction with the city’s Juneteenth Freedom & Heritage Celebration, according to a news release.

No identification is needed. The event is open to those aged 18 and older. The vaccine available will be the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

The Health Department, in partnership with the Kane County Office of Emergency Management and Kane County Sheriff’s EMS officers, will also be offering vaccines at Geneva’s Swedish Days festival on Friday, June 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Geneva Visitor Center on 10 S. Third St. The two shot Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, as well as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, will be available.

No appointment is necessary. Vaccinations are available for everyone 12 and older. Minors under age 18 may bring a signed Pfizer consent form by their parental guardian to receive the COVID vaccine.

For additional information and current updates about COVID-19, visit the KCHD website at KaneHealth.com or call the health department at 630-208-3801.