CHICAGO (CBS) — If you’ve had no luck getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, you now have another option.

Cook County Health is now accepting walk-ins at its Tinley Park and Matteson vaccination sites. No appointment necessary.

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This pilot program began Wednesday and will continue through Saturday. One woman drove all the way from Gurnee to Tinley Park to get her COVID shot.

“It’s just a huge hassle trying to look for appointments,” said Katarzyna Gamaj. I spent about an hour looking for appointments until I said you know what, I’ll spend that hour driving instead.”

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If you walk-in to the Tinley Park location, you’ll get the Moderna vaccine. If you head to the Matteson site, you’ll receive the Pfizer vaccine.

Both locations are open from 8:30 am to 5:30 p.m. You will need a photo ID to register on site.

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The Pfizer vaccine is the only one currently approved for 16 and 17 year olds so those teens have to go to the Matteson location and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff