We interact with thousands of new faces every day.

Just one of those faces can make all the difference in the fight against measles. Though it only takes one case of measles to put our entire city at risk, one person can help save Chicago from an outbreak. Answer these 3 simple questions to do your part to protect yourself and Chicago, and find out if you’re at risk for contracting or spreading measles. Get the Facts on Measles.

Already know you need the MMR vaccine? Find a location here

Resources for locating vaccination records

Written documentation may be retrieved from:  

  • Clinical providers or electronic health records 
  • College or high school immunization records
  • Infant or childhood records kept by parents
  • Place of employment
  • Immunization registry (I-CARE)
    • Call Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Immunization Program directly at 312-746-6129 to submit a request to check the state immunization registry I-CARE

How do I obtain my child’s vaccination record?

  • Call your child’s healthcare provider office or school to obtain immunization records if there are no copies at home. 
  • Parents can also contact the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Immunization Program directly at 312-746-6129 to submit a request to check the state immunization registry I-CARE.

Finding a vaccination location

Use our MMR finder map for locations that guarantee MMR vaccine will be in-stock and available.

We interact with thousands of new faces every day.

Just one of those faces can make all the difference in the fight against measles. Though it only takes one case of measles to put our entire city at risk, one person can help save Chicago from an outbreak. Answer these 3 simple questions to do your part to protect yourself and Chicago, and find out if you’re at risk for contracting or spreading measles. Get the Facts on Measles.

Already know you need the MMR vaccine? Find a location here

Resources for locating vaccination records

Written documentation may be retrieved from:  

  • Clinical providers or electronic health records 
  • College or high school immunization records
  • Infant or childhood records kept by parents
  • Place of employment
  • Immunization registry (I-CARE)
    • Call Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Immunization Program directly at 312-746-6129 to submit a request to check the state immunization registry I-CARE

How do I obtain my child’s vaccination record?

  • Call your child’s healthcare provider office or school to obtain immunization records if there are no copies at home. 
  • Parents can also contact the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Immunization Program directly at 312-746-6129 to submit a request to check the state immunization registry I-CARE.

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