Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson questions Department of Public Health Deputy Comm. Christina Anderson during a meeting of the City Council Committee on Budget and Government Operations Tuesday.

Chicago health officials will soon release information on how city workers can sign up for COVID-19 vaccine doses, they told anxious aldermen during a committee meeting Tuesday.

The city is “getting very close” to widening its pool of residents eligible for vaccines beyond health care workers and nursing home residents and will then “make announcements about how people can sign up” for shots through an online platform, Chicago Department of Public Health Deputy Comm. Christina Anderson told members of the City Council Committee on Budget and Government Operations.

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