Coronavirus Disease

    Update: April 12, 2021

    Suburban Cook County Moves to Phase 2 for Vaccine Eligibility

    As of Monday, April 12th all Cook County residents age 16 and older are eligibile for the COVID-19 vaccine.

    For more information visit or

    If you do not have internet access and need help making a COVID-19 vaccination appointment call 847-729-1525 to connect with a Glenview Vaccine Helpers volunteer.


    Cook County Department of Public Health Officials Gradually Ease Mitigation Measures in Suburban Cook County

    Effective immediately, Mitigation Order 2021-6 increases:

    • Outdoor dining to groups of 10 people
    • Amusement parks can open at 25% capacity and
    • Outdoor fitness classes, meetings, social events and recreation activities increase to 50% capacity or 100 people

    Additionally, seated spectator events at venues with a capacity less than 200 are limited to 50% and no more than 50 individuals, and venues with capacity more than 200 are limited to 25% capacity. Indoor fitness classes may increase to the lesser of 50% or 50 people per room, as long as face coverings are worn at all times, and a minimum of six feet of physical distancing can be maintained between class participants.

    The order also reinforces the need for all individuals over age two, who can medically tolerate wearing masks to do so in public places.

    Click the link below to read the complete mitigation order.

    Cook County Department of Public Health Officials Gradually Ease Mitigation Measures 26March2021

    Cook County Community Vaccination Program Website


    Individuals living and working in Cook County can visit to pre-register to be vaccinated, receive updates and schedule appointments when their phase opens up.

    Glenview Northbrook Coronavirus Response Task Force

    All members of the Glenview Northbrook Coronavirus Response task force are committed to doing whatever is necessary to protect the health and safety of all of our citizens. Please visit the Glenview Northbrook Coronavirus Response task force website to find the link to the websites of each of our organizations to see how we are changing our operations. You’ll also find information and resources for support.

    Please continue to follow Illinois Department of Public Health requirements , which include:

    • Keep 6 feet from others.
    • Wear face coverings over your nose and mouth.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds frequently. If you don’t have access to soap and water, use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

    Thank you for your patience.

    Additional COVID-19 Resources:


    Flick Park Field House located at 3600 Glenview Road. Follow the signs and banners that will guide you to the field house on the north side of the park.

    The site is open Monday-Friday from 11AM-7PM with a break from 2-3PM and Saturday and Sunday from 9AM-2PM.

    Appointments are required. To schedule an appointment visit

    Additional testing site details:

    • There is adequate, free parking in the lot for the ~25 people/cars per hour who have reservations.
    • Safety precautions (mask-wearing, social distancing at check-in tables, and hand sanitizer) will be enforced.
    • A single person can register several members of a family. An email address and phone number will need to be provided so the lab can contact you.
    • Bring an insurance card if you have one; those who do not have insurance should bring a state ID.
    • Expect to spend 10 to 15 minutes at the testing facility.
    • Results will generally be communicated in 1-2 days.