Dudek & Bock employees are eligible to sign up for vaccinations:
Date: Wednesday, March 3
Site: Malcolm X College
Please go to https://getvaxchi.chicago.gov/ to pre-register and make a vaccination appointment using the code provided above. Each person must pre-register. Please do not bring any guests with you. Only the individual registered for vaccination will be allowed inside. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
A confirmation number will be provided upon completion of the online registration. You will need to bring this confirmation number with you to the vaccination event. Due to a high level of interest, early registration is encouraged, as appointment times are anticipated to fill quickly.
We understand some of you may be concerned about getting vaccinated. We urge you to sign up for a vaccination. You will be paid for the time you leave work to get the vaccine.
Across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic is having devastating effects. At Dudek & Bock, one former employee died, the wife of a current employee died, and we know of 26 other employees who have been infected with the virus, some with serious illnesses.
We have worked under some uncertain and often stressful conditions, and you have helped make it possible for us to continue our essential operations. It’s important that essential workers like you are vaccinated because of your role in maintaining critical infrastructure operations.
While the pandemic has kept us apart, there is new hope – vaccines are here. Taking the vaccine when it is your turn is the best way to protect yourself, your family and your community. Your safety is a top priority. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are about 95
percent effective in people who received two doses. Only vaccines that are deemed safe are being distributed in Chicago.
The COVID-19 vaccination will help keep you from getting sick with COVID-19.
The COVID-19 vaccination is safe. You may experience minor side effects, but you cannot get COVID-19 from the vaccine.
The COVID-19 vaccine is our best chance to end the pandemic.