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Start here to learn how the Village of Bannockburn is responding proactively to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Find the most up-to-date press releases, key information about COVID-19, symptoms & reporting, and staying healthy, and information for businesses.

Important News From the Village of Bannockburn

Essential Information:

What is coronavirus (COVID-19)?
COVID-19, known informally as the coronavirus, is an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a new virus. COVID-19 causes a respiratory illness with fever, cough and difficulty breathing.  If you are concerned about coronavirus exposure, contact your healthcare provider.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, please contact the Lake County Health Department at 847.377.8000 to make an appointment to be seen at a Lake County Health Department clinic.

In emergencies, always dial 911.

Symptoms & Reporting in Lake County

The Lake County Health Department is closely monitoring this developing situation, and is providing updates on COVID-19 via the LCHD website

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Lake County AllVax Portal

LCHD December 4th Newsletter

LCHD COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 Testing Locations

Contract Tracing Information

Illinois Department of Public Health

Local Hospitals and Resources

Northshore University HealthSystem

Northwestern Medicine

CVS Covid-19 Testing

Follow the Three W’s: Wear a mask, Wash you hands, Watch your distance.

Information on face coverings.

Questions about COVID-19?
You may also contact the Illinois COVID-19 hotline with any questions you might have, either by phone at 1(800) 889-3931 or by email at

Information for Businesses & Employers:

The Illinois Commerce Economic Opportunity (DECO) has resources for businesses, workers and residents COVID-19 resources and programs

Business Interruption Grant Program (BIG)

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is providing disaster assistance loans for disruption that may be caused by the coronavirus. The following links bulleted below provide important information on how to apply for an SBA loan.  Details of the program are available in a press release.

For additional assistance on SBA Disaster Assistance Loans or the application, please contact the SBA Disaster Assistance Customer Service Center at 800.659.2955 or e-mail

The information on this page is adapted from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Lake County Health Department. Please contact your healthcare provider with questions about symptoms of COVID-19 or if you require medical advice for yourself or your family.

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