By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — There is more confusion and frustration for some people trying to get a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, this time in the western suburbs.

Some tell CBS 2 they logged onto Kane County’s vaccine website Thursday morning only to find no available appointments at the Batavia mass vaccination site.

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Officials told them to book the second shot Thursday with a special code.

After CBS 2 called the health department said the issue is fixed and people can now book slots.

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“What we didn’t anticipate was that they would be checking in first thing in the morning. I anticipate from here on out anytime anyone gets a first dose, they can use that code to make the second dose appointment,” said Michael Isaacson with the Kane County Health Department

Thursday was the first time patients could schedule a second dose at the site on Randall Road. 

CBS 2 checked the website and everything seems to be working.

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So far since opening in March, they have given out around 20,000 doses.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff