COVID-19 Resources and Information
The City of Naperville is working with its partners at the city, county, state and federal levels to monitor the global outbreak of COVID-19, implement practices recommended to contain its spread and take steps to keep residents and City staff healthy, safe and informed.
Residents can view the current number of confirmed COVID-19 cases on the DuPage County Health Department and Will County Health Department websites or click on the dashboard link below for Naperville-area charts and graphs showing the status of the virus in our area and its impact on our community.
COVID-19 testing is available at community-based testing sites run by the State as well as through various private providers.
If you are in need of a COVID-19 test, please call your primary care physician, visit one of the state-run community-based testing sites or find a testing location near you.
Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests
Free FDA-authorized coronavirus test kits are available through a federal program. Every home in the United States is eligible to order four (4) free at-home COVID-19 rapid antigen tests.
Caution: Pop-Up Testing Sites
A nationwide shortage of COVID-19 tests and available testing appointments has led many Illinois residents to turn to what are known as “pop-up” testing sites. Please be aware that these testing sites are not licensed or regulated by any government agency, and the City of Naperville cannot confirm the legitimacy of individual pop-up testing locations.
A Jan. 11, 2022 advisory from the Illinois Attorney General’s Office encourages residents to ask questions before visiting a pop-up testing location or try to utilize a state-sponsored testing site.
Vaccinations against COVID-19 are now widely available at locations including mass vaccination sites or events, pharmacies and doctor's offices.
Seniors who need help registering for a vaccine appointment can reach out to their county.
DuPage County COVID hotline: (630) 221-7030
Will County Senior Services: (815) 723-9713
Homebound residents requiring in-home administration of the vaccine can reach out to their county.