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Rantoul – COVID-19 Response Plan


** THIS INFORMATION WILL BE CHANGING FREQUENTLY, PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR THE LATEST UPDATES **


February 12th 10:00am

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District is expanding 1B Eligibility to Include Residents Age 40-64 with Underlying Health Conditions and Disabilities

Spanish Translation

CHAMPAIGN, IL – The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (CUPHD), in partnership with Carle Health, OSF HealthCare, Christie Clinic, Promise Healthcare, and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will be hosting community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics for anyone who lives or works in Champaign County that fall within Phases 1A and 1B and for anyone age 40-64 with underlying health conditions or disabilities who have not yet received their first dose of the vaccine.

Newly eligible include:

Champaign County residents age 40-64 with underlying health conditions, as defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), or disabilities are now eligible. Underlying health conditions are:

• Cancer

• Chronic Kidney Disease

• COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

• Diabetes

• Heart Condition

• Immunocompromised State from a Solid Organ Transplant

• Obesity

• Pregnancy

• Pulmonary Disease

• Sickle Cell Disease

Still eligible are:

Phase 1A:

• Healthcare Personnel: Hospital and Non-Hospital Settings

Phase 1B:

• Residents age 65 and older with or without underlying health conditions

• First Responders

• Corrections Officers

• Education (in-person status not required)

State of Illinois approved Early Childhood and Licensed Daycares.

K-12 (public, private, and parochial) Schools.

• Essential frontline workers who work or live in Champaign County:

Grocery Store Workers: Baggers, Cashiers, Stockers, Pick-Up, Customer Service.

Food and Agriculture Workers: Processing, Plants, Veterinary Health, Livestock Services, Animal Care.

Shelter/Adult Day Care Workers.

Postal Service Workers (includes UPS, Amazon, etc.)

Manufacturing Workers: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale or other manufacturers.

Public Transit Workers: Flight Crew, Bus Drivers, Train Conductors, Taxi Drivers, Para-Transit Drivers, In-Person Support, Ride Sharing Services.

Vaccination Clinics the week of February 15th are by appointment only at the following locations:

The Rantoul Youth Center, located at 1306 Country Club Lane, Rantoul.

To register:

• Online: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/rantoulfeb16.

• Phone appointments: (217) 892-6844.

• Email address for questions and assistance: vaccinations@myrantoul.com.

• If you do not feel well the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.

The former Dress Barn store in the Kohl’s Plaza, located at 1901 N. Market Street, Champaign.

To register:

• For the fastest service, you may register for an appointment online at MyCarle.com beginning Monday, February 15 at 8 a.m. 

If you don’t have a MyCarle account currently, you can request one online at MyCarle.com or at any Carle location registration desk.

• Or you may call (217) 902-6100. For faster service, you can request a call back 24/7 by entering your information at bit.ly/Carlevaccinecallback. Due to high call volume, you may

experience an extended wait time. We appreciate your patience.

• If you do not feel well the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.

The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, located at 201 W. Kenyon Road, Champaign.

To register:

• Online: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B054CA8A82CA5F94-phase3.

• Phone appointments: (217) 531-4538.

• Email address for questions and assistance: coronavirus@c-uphd.org.

• If you do not feel well the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.

Additional notes: In most cases, you will receive your second dose where you received your first.

Follow instructions on scheduling your second dose from the site.

Appointments are available on a first come, first served basis. There will not be a waitlist; however, additional appointments will be available next week based on vaccine availability.

You cannot receive the COVID vaccine if you have received any other vaccinations within 14 days prior to your appointment. You may be asked to show an ID for verification of employment.

Patients will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after the vaccination. Please limit the number of individuals in your party

that are not receiving the vaccine and wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection.

There is no cost to individuals to get a COVID vaccine. You may be asked to bring your insurance card if you have one, but you will not be turned away if you do not have insurance.

The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at:

http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq.

Additional information on COVID-19 vaccinations can be found at: https://www.c-uphd.org/covidvaccinations.html.

February 11th 10:45am

** COVID-19 VACCINATION APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR TOMORROW - FRIDAY 2/12! **

Vaccinations in Rantoul will be given February 12th by appointment only at the following location:
The Rantoul Youth Center, located at 1306 Country Club Lane, Rantoul.
• Emails address for questions and assistance: vaccinations@myrantoul.com
Those eligible for this round of vaccines include any 65 years of age and older, as well as the following (who lives OR works in Champaign County):
• First Responders
• Corrections Officers
• Education
• Essential frontline workers who work or live in Champaign County:
• Grocery Store Workers: Baggers, Cashiers, Stockers, Pick-Up, Customer Service.
• Food and Agriculture Workers: Processing, Plants, Veterinary Health, Livestock Services, Animal Care.
• Shelter/Adult Day Care Workers.
• Postal Service Workers.
• Manufacturing Workers: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale or other manufacturers.
• Public Transit Workers: Flight Crew, Bus Drivers, Train Conductors, Taxi Drivers, Para-Transit Drivers, In-Person Support, Ride Sharing Services.


February 5th 10:30am

***  WEEK 2 RANTOUL VACCINATION CLINIC APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW FULL  ***

* Spanish translation available here *

Vaccinations will be given the week of February 8th by appointment only at the following location:

The Rantoul Youth Center, located at 1306 Country Club Lane, Rantoul.

To register:

Online: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/RantoulCOVDFeb8

• Phone appointments: (217) 892-6844.

• Emails address for questions and assistance: vaccinations@myrantoul.com.

• If you do not feel well the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.

Champaign-Urbana Public Health District is Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations to All Champaign County Residents in Phases 1A and 1B.

CHAMPAIGN, IL – The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (CUPHD), in partnership with Carle Health, OSF HealthCare, Christie Clinic, Promise Healthcare, and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will be hosting community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all Champaign County residents in Phases 1A and 1B who have not yet received their first dose of the vaccine. More information on these and subsequent phase can be found at: https://www.c-uphd.org/covid-vaccinations.html.

Those eligible for this clinic include:

Phase 1A:

• Healthcare Personnel: Hospital and Non-Hospital Settings

Phase 1B:

• Individuals 65+ Years of Age (with or without underlying health conditions)

• First Responders

• Corrections Officers

• Education (K-12)

• Essential frontline workers who work or live in Champaign County:

o Grocery Store Workers: Baggers, Cashiers, Stockers, Pick-Up, Customer Service.

o Food and Agriculture Workers: Processing, Plants, Veterinary Health, Livestock Services, Animal Care.

o Shelter/Adult Day Care Workers.

o Postal Service Workers.

o Manufacturing Workers: Industrial production of goods for distribution to retail, wholesale or other manufacturers.

o Public Transit Workers: Flight Crew, Bus Drivers, Train Conductors, Taxi Drivers, Para-Transit Drivers, In-Person Support, Ride Sharing Services.


Appointments are available on a first come, first served basis. There will not be a waitlist; however, additional appointments will be available next week based on vaccine availability.

Additional notes: You cannot receive the COVID vaccine if you have received any other vaccinations within 14 days prior to your appointment. You may be asked to show an ID for verification of

employment. Patients will need to wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and plan to allow at least 15 minutes for observation after the vaccination. Please limit the number of individuals in your party that are not receiving the vaccine and wear clothing to allow easy access to the upper portion of the arm for the injection.

There is no cost to individuals to get a COVID vaccine. You may be asked to bring your insurance card if you have one, but you will not be turned away if you do not have insurance.

The Illinois Department of Public Health has compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccination. Information can be found at:

http://dph.illinois.gov/covid19/vaccine-faq


February 3rd 12:30pm

Watch as Mayor Smith receives his COVID Vaccine on the first day of the Rantoul Vaccination Clinics!



January 29th 3:00pm

** ALL CLINIC APPOINTMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 3RD ARE FULL - INFORMATION REGARDING FUTURE CLINICS WILL BE POSTED SOON **

January 29th 11:00am

** PRESS RELEASE - RANTOUL VACCINATION CLINICS **


(Urbana, Illinois | January 28, 2021) – OSF HealthCare, in partnership with the Champaign-Urbana Public Health Department and the Village of Rantoul, will be hosting a community-based COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Rantoul.

The vaccine clinic will be held at the Rantoul Youth Center, 1306 Country Club Lane in Rantoul, on February 3 and 4. The clinic is available to Champaign County residents aged 65 and up, as well as in-person staff for State of Illinois approved early childhood and daycare facilities and K-12 school employees. You may be asked to show employment verification such as an ID or paystub.

Appointments can be made here or by calling (217) 892-6844. If you have any questions or concerns during registration, an email address has been established to provide assistance, vaccinations@myrantoul.com. If you don’t feel well the day of your appointment, please call or e-mail to re-schedule.

“Because vaccines quantities remain limited, those who wish to receive a vaccination must have an appointment,” said Courtney Luth, director of physician offices in Champaign-Urbana for OSF Medical Group. “Patients will need to bring their insurance card, wear a mask, and plan to stay for at least 15 minutes after receiving the vaccination for observation, and wear clothing that allows easy access to the upper portion of their arm for the injection.”

It’s important to note, you cannot get the coronavirus from the vaccine.

“Any possible side-effects, such as a sore arm or headache, is the body’s natural immune system response,” said Dr. Andrew Zasada, MD, an OSF Medical Group primary care physician. “The side effects indicate the vaccine is working and the body is learning to fight COVID-19. If someone is then exposed to COVID-19, the body would respond in a way it has been trained.”

During the community clinic, Dr. Zasada and Flora-Adams Williams, a physician assistant with OSF Medical Group, will be present to answer questions about the vaccine and assist in monitoring those who received it.

“We’re extremely excited to be able to host this clinic in partnership with the Champaign-Urbana Public Health Department and OSF HealthCare,” said Charles Smith, mayor of Rantoul.

“We’re hoping to fill every appointment and vaccinate as many Champaign County residents as possible, because this is our best shot to ending this pandemic.”

While the COVID-19 vaccination is free, health care providers are allowed to charge an administrative fee to cover costs related to vaccine distribution.

Insurance plans and governmental payers are required to pay for the administration fees with no out-of-pocket expense to patients. OSF HealthCare also believes no individual should have to pay for this administrative fee and will not pass the costs on to anyone without insurance. If you receive a bill for the administrative fee or a notice from your insurance company that the administrative fee is being applied toward your deductible, please contact OSF HealthCare at (800) 421-5700.

More information about the COVID-19 vaccine, including a list of frequently asked questions, can be found at osfhealthcare.org/vaccine, or at www.c-uphd.org


January 15th 12:30pm

** Please note: Appointments are required for the vaccination clinics below **

COVID Vaccine Clinics for Champaign County Residents age 75+ AND 65 - 74 with underlying health conditions
WHEN: January 19, 20, 21, and 22nd from 8:00am - 4:30pm
WHERE: IHotel & Conference Center's East Wing: 1900 S 1st Street, Champaign

ENGLISH Brochure - Additional Details

SPANISH Brochure - Additional Details

FRENCH Brochure - Additional Details


January 8th 12:30pm

** Please note: Appointments are required for the vaccination clinics below **

COVID Vaccine Clinics for Champaign County Residents age 75+
WHEN: January 12, 13, and 14th from 7:30am - 3:30pm
WHERE: Dress Barn at Kohl's Plaza and IHotel's East Wing

ENGLISH Brochure - Additional Details

SPANISH Brochure - Additional Details

FRENCH Brochure - Additional Details


November 25th 10:30am

Mayor Charles Smith addresses the citizens of Rantoul regarding the COVID situation and the Thanksgiving holiday.


November 13th 1:30pm

Mayor Charles Smith addresses the citizens of Rantoul regarding the announcement of region 6 moving into tier 2 mitigation.



October 30th 3:00pm

Residents Encouraged to Continue Supporting Local Businesses

Effective Monday, November 2, 2020, the State of Illinois will implement new COVID-19 resurgence mitigations across Region 6, which includes Champaign County. These new mitigations are being implemented because as a whole, Region 6 had a 7-day rolling average COVID-19 test positivity rate of more than 8% for three consecutive days. As a result, the State has implemented the following new mitigation measures across Region 6:

    No indoor service allowed at restaurants or bars.
    Outdoor service at restaurants and bars must end by 11 p.m.
    Reservations are required to be served (outdoors) at a restaurant or bar.
    Gatherings limited to a maximum of 25 people.
    Other specific mitigation measures have also been implemented which can be reviewed online.

Residents will continue to play a critical role in supporting our local restaurants. As we head into these new mitigation efforts, the public can take the following steps to help:

    Continue to follow public health guidelines including wearing a face mask in public and practicing social distancing.
    Dine outdoors at local businesses as weather allows.
    Utilize curbside pickup and delivery services.

The Cities of Champaign, Urbana, Savoy, and Rantoul will continue to work closely with area restaurants and bars, as well as the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, to provide additional support and guidance during this time. In addition, they will continue to work with our local economic development partners to provide businesses in need guidance and support with State Business Interruption Grants.


September 10th 4:00pm

COVID-19 Testing and Care, Tuesday Sept 15, 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Convenient: Curbside and Walk Up Testing

Fast Results: Usually within 24 hours!

COVID-19 Care Line (217) 403-5402

Rantoul MultiCultural Community Center 

1126 Country Club Rd, Rantoul, IL

Rantoul COVID Testing Flyer


September 9th 12:00pm

When dining out in Champaign County, be sure to follow the guidelines established by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District. 

Our community leaders remind you of how to safely enjoy our local restaurants.


June 22nd 4:45pm

Recreation Returns To Rantoul, Village Hall to Re-Open

With the onset of Phase 4 under the State of Illinois’ “Restore Illinois” plan, the Village of Rantoul will begin re-opening its facilities beginning June 27th

The Hap Aquatic Center will open Saturday, June 27th beginning at 11:00am.  Pool hours this year will be Monday through Friday from Noon to 7:00pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11:00am to 7:00pm with the first hour reserved for Annual Pass Holders.  Swim Lessons, Early Morning Swim, and Water Aerobics will begin on July 6th.  Family Nights will once again be held on Wednesday evenings beginning on July 8th.  This year, Individual Annual Passes are $75, or Family Annual Passes are $200.  Daily Admission will be $6 unless purchased in advance on-line for $5.  The Village of Rantoul has implemented specific rules and guidelines in an effort to reduce the possible transmission of COVID-19, and will be following all Center For Disease Control and Illinois Department of Public Health recommendations.  (see document links below for more information).

The Forum Fitness Center shall open on June 29th at regular operating hours.  While some equipment may be restricted during Phase 4, all areas of the Forum shall be open with access to each type of fitness equipment previously present.   Hours at the Forum are Monday through Thursday 5:00am to 9:00pm, Friday 5:00am to 8:00pm, Saturday 8:00am to 4:00pm, and Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm.  Classes will also be resuming, but for specific dates on when please contact the Recreation Department.

While Little League teams have been practicing and learning fundamentals of the game throughout these past few weeks, they will put those new skills to the test when regularly-scheduled games begin on June 29th.  It should be noted that spectators will be allowed, but must practice appropriate social distancing, and spectators will be asked to separate themselves around the field.  Bleacher seating will not be allowed and all are encouraged to bring their own lawn seats.  Seating around the fields will be allowed as long as chairs are placed six feet apart from family to family.

Recreational Day Camps, including new camps offered this year, will continue this summer as well.   

All Park facilities, including playgrounds, courts, and shelters, will be open beginning June 26th.  No more than 50 people are allowed on each at any one time.   

Also, the Village of Rantoul Municipal Building will re-open on July 6th for all services EXCEPT Utilities.  Only the main entrance on the West side will be open for use by the general public, but Utility payments will not yet be allowed inside.  Payments can still be made using the “drop box”, can be mailed, or use the on-line service.  Setting up a new service can be done by appointment only, and those wishing to do so can call 892-6832.  Disconnection of services for those who fail to make their Utility payments will begin August 1st

In addition to re-opening Village Hall on July 6th, contractors or anyone wishing to speak to the Building Safety Department or Code Enforcement, should now use the North entrance.  Upon entering the North doors to the building, there is now a service window which will allow anyone needing the services of the Building Safety Department or Code Enforcement to speak with a representative. 

Anyone entering Village Hall will be required to use hand sanitizer as they enter, and masks will be provided.  All precautions will be used to reduce the possible transmission of COVID-19 among staff and guests, and all are still encouraged to do as much communication with Village staff by means OTHER than face-to-face visits.

Aquatic Center Re-Opening

Municipal Building Re-Opening

May 27th 5:30pm

Press Release - Street Closure

In an effort to assist downtown food and beverage establishments, while recognizing the space limitations, the Village of Rantoul will be closing a section of the 100 block of Sangamon to allow for an “outdoor food court”.

Beginning on Thursday, May 28th through June 30th, the section in front of 113 Sangamon will be closed to “through traffic” for the purposes of establishing an outdoor service area which will be utilized by ET’s Restaurant, and other food and beverage establishments throughout the downtown area.  Entrance onto Sangamon from Tanner and Garrard will still be available, allowing for parking along the street for full access to other downtown businesses; however, the street will not allow for vehicles to travel “through” Sangamon in that 100 block.  We believe the “outdoor food court” will provide a unique dining experience, and would anticipate additional activities by these businesses to also occur throughout the month.

8 applications have been received by the Village of Rantoul for outdoor service beginning on Friday, although that number is expected to rise before this weekend. 

We encourage all to support our local businesses throughout Rantoul during this exciting time of re-opening. 


May 27th 5:15pm

INTERIM GUIDANCE FOR RELIGIOUS/FAITH BASED ORGANIZATIONS

This document summarizes CUPHD’s recommendations for religious/faith-based  organizations. This guidance will be reviewed and updated by CUPHD on June 30th, 2020 and will be extended as needed.

  • Members of your congregation that are high-risk (60+, those with underlying health conditions) should access services online or through video-streaming options. 
  • You may conduct services with 10 or less people. Everyone must wear masks and maintain social distancing requirements (6 ft. or more). 
  • Consider holding services and gatherings in a large, well-ventilated area or outdoors, as circumstances and faith traditions allow. 
  • Singing should be limited to prevent spread of droplets. 
  • Staff and congregation members should not come to services if they are feeling ill or have COVID-like symptoms (fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, loss of taste/smell). 
  • If you hold multiple services you must clean and disinfect between services. 
  • Testing is available at the Community Based Testing Site (Marketplace Mall, 8am-4pm while daily supplies lasts).

Take steps to minimize community sharing of worship materials and other items:

  • Limit the sharing of frequently touched objects, such as worship aids, prayer rugs, prayer books, hymnals, religious texts and other bulletins, books, or other items passed or shared among congregants, and encouraging congregants to bring their own such items, if possible, or photocopying or projecting prayers, songs, and texts using electronic means. 
  • Modify the methods used to receive financial contributions. Consider a stationary collection box, the main, or electronic methods of collection regular financial contributions instead of shared collection trays or baskets.

 Guidelines for the Protection of Public Health during Drive-In Religious/Faith-based Services

  • Staff will determine a safe number of cars to ensure ample room for each to park with a parking space left between cars 
  • Staff performing services will remain 6 feet apart and use a transmitter. 
  • The service will be transmitted over FM so attendees can listen from inside their car keeping their windows rolled up. 
  • There will be parking lot attendants making sure everyone leaves an empty parking space between cars. The Parking lot attendants will wear face masks and uphold the 6 feet social distancing rule. 
  • Donations/offerings will be collected online 
  • Communion will be pre-packaged.


May 26th 4:15pm

It’s YARD SALE season and many have asked how the COVID-19 illness impacts the ability for a resident to host this summer-time event. 

Yard Sales ARE allowed under the following guidelines and restrictions:

  • No more than 10 people shall be in attendance at the same time. If more than 10 are trying to enter the property, the owner should require them to wait in their cars until the number of attendees drops below 10.
  • Social distancing should be encouraged with signage, and the host of the yard sale, as well as those attending, should all wear masks.
  • Attendees should plan to spend no more than 15 minutes at each yard sale host site.
  • If possible, host should consider installing an impermeable barrier between them and their customers at checkout, and change transactions should be discouraged.

Following these guidelines should provide you with a safe, and hopefully profitable, YARD SALE!!


May 25th 7:00pm

In conjunction with our region entering into Phase 3 of the State of Illinois’ “Restore Illinois” plan, and in support of our local businesses, the Village of Rantoul has added two new documents to its “Re-open Rantoul” website.  The first document is an application for any food and/or beverage establishments who wish to re-open in accordance with Phase 3 restrictions.  Any restaurant, bar, or club who wishes to open for outdoor service only beginning on Friday must submit this application outlining their operational plan for review and approval by the Village of Rantoul.  PRIOR TO SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION, PLEASE READ ALL GUIDELINES TO ENSURE YOU CAN COMPLY.   

The second set of  documents is the State of Illinois’ Phase 3 Guidelines and Toolkits for a number of industries and activities which are allowed to return to some form of operation beginning on Friday.  The link to these documents, and to a number of other re-open resources, can be found at champaigncountysafe.org.     


May 22nd 2:15pm

The Champaign Center Partnership kindly requests input from residents to help us keep Champaign County healthy and safe.

Our small business owners would appreciate your honest feedback as they plan their strategies to welcome you back and to help them start rebuilding their businesses.

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. Your answers will help inform our decisions and understand your needs. https://forms.gle/B4aQWVzmbHM5mC9FA


May 21st 4:30pm

Business & Community Partners,

Today, a coalition of local organizations and municipalities-including the Village of Rantoul-have launched a new online resource to help Champaign County businesses as they progress through the next stages of the state’s Restore Illinois plan. The new website - champaigncountysafe.org - was developed to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities and to share information and resources with businesses in Champaign County. The site will serve as a hub for Rantoul businesses to access resources, including re-opening guidelines, sample signage, PPE suppliers, local cleaning companies, local printers and more.

The re-opening guidelines, following the state of Illinois’ Restore Illinois plan, highlight communication strategies for various types of businesses and provide details on how to prepare workspaces, cleaning and disinfecting procedures, PPE tutorials, and general information on COVID-19. This information will assist industries ranging from agriculture to childcare to manufacturing and hospitality - all with specific guidelines on employee and customer protection, sanitation standards, social distancing, and much more.

Businesses are also asked to take the Champaign County Safe Pledge. The pledge sets out expectations customers can have when visiting local businesses, including:

  • Employees wearing masks
  • Employees frequently washing their hands
  • Surfaces, equipment, and other elements of the business are regularly cleaned and sanitized
  • Social distancing measures are in place

Businesses can complete the pledge online and upon review, will be added to a comprehensive list of pledged businesses that the public can review. Businesses can then post their signed pledge in their windows to show their commitment to the health and safety of employees and customers. We urge all Rantoul businesses to sign the pledge and post in your windows, as residents and visitors will be directed to this site to see local businesses that are committed to safety.

As guidelines continue to evolve, the site and all the resources will be updated, so businesses should check back frequently for the latest information. The documents will be updated on a regular basis as more information is shared by the State of Illinois, Centers for Disease Control, Illinois Department of Public Health, and Champaign-Urbana Public Health District.

Additional Resources

Restore Illinois Plan

Illinois Department of Public Health (Governor statements)

Champaign Urbana Public Health District

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