Starting on Monday, the City of Chicago will offer free at-home vaccinations for children as young as 5.
The city also launched family vaccination clinics over the weekend for everyone 5-years-old and up.
The Pfizer shot is currently the only COVID-19 vaccine approved for young children.
Chicago's goal is to vaccinate 77% of the population before the end of the year. As of Nov. 12, about 76% of Chicagoans ages 12 and up have received at least one dose.
To schedule a free vaccination visit at your home in Chicago, click here. Anyone who gets vaccinated at home also receives a $100 Visa gift card.