Kane County Sheriff's Office now providing COVID-19 vaccine

  • The Kane County Sheriff's Office is hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics for law enforcement, as well as judges, state's attorneys, and public defenders.

    The Kane County Sheriff's Office is hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics for law enforcement, as well as judges, state's attorneys, and public defenders. Courtesy of Kane County Sheriff's Office

 
 
Updated 2/9/2021 11:23 AM

In support of the Kane County Health Department, the Kane County Sheriff's Office is now providing COVID-19 vaccinations at its facility to law enforcement countywide, and they are beginning vaccinations of judges, state's attorneys, and public defenders.

Sheriff Ron Hain said that it has been their mission to work shoulder to shoulder with the health department since the onset of the pandemic to bring this burden on the community to a quick close. The Kane County Sheriff's Office has received, stored, and transported PPE; and conducted COVID-19 testing. It was an easy transition to begin doling out the vaccine using deputies who are also certified EMTs and paramedics.

 

As supply increases and phases transition, the Kane County Sheriff's Office expects to be able to provide clinics during Phase 1C to enhance the availability to residents.

For information, visit www.kanesheriff.com or www.facebook.com/kanesheriff.

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