Other Pertinent COVID-19 Information

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    Upcoming Vaccination Opportunities in the Area

    As COVID-19 cases rise, it's important to make sure you're continuing to take steps to protect yourself and your neighbors. There are many local pop-up clinics in the coming weeks that offer a vaccine or booster shot. Read on...
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VACCINATION LOCATIONS

Replacement Vaccination Card

If you require a new vaccination card, you must request it through the Will County Health Department. Information on replacement cards can be found here.

COVID-19 TESTING

MASK GUIDELINES

IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED


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Limited time, financial assistance options:

  • ComEd Bill Payment Assistance Program - In April 2021, ComEd will increase the amount of funds available to provide more one-time bill credits of up to $500, while funds are available. These credits are for eligible residential customers who have outstanding balances or who are looking to reconnect their electric service.
  • More Flexible Payment Arrangements - Through June 30, 2021, ComEd is offering extended payment arrangement plans to eligible households, which allows customers to spread outstanding balances over 18 monthly installments with no money down. Eligible residential customers facing financial hardship who enroll in an 18-month, no money down payment plan will be exempt from disconnection through June 30, 2021. All other eligible residential customers with outstanding balances can enroll in an 18-month payment plan with a 10-percent down payment through June 30, 2021.
  • Service Reconnection Assistance - Through July 10, 2021, eligible households that had electric service disconnected for a non-safety reason in 2021 can have their service reconnected by providing only 25 percent of their outstanding balance. Any remaining outstanding balance will be rolled into an 18-month, no-money-down payment plan.

Additional financial assistance options:

  • The ComEd CARE programs also offer a range of financial-assistance options, while funding is available, to help eligible customers pay their electric bills. There are programs available for residential, small-business customers and nonprofit organizations, as well as activated and deployed members of the U.S. Armed Forces, National Guard, Reserves and honorably discharged veterans.
  • Any customer experiencing a hardship or difficulty with their electric bill should call ComEd immediately at 1-800-334-7661 (1-800-EDISON1), Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to learn more on how to apply. Information on each of these options, along with eligibility requirements, can be found at ComEd.com/PaymentAssistance.
  • ComEd also offers usage alerts and energy-management tips to help customers manage energy use to save money now and on future electric bills. For information, visit ComEd.com/OnlineTools.

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ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

  • The Illinois Department of Human Services is offering Call 4 Calm mental health support. If you or a loved one are struggling with stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic and need emotional support, text TALK to 552020 for English or HABLAR for Spanish. This service is free.

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