Book a vaccine appointment for individuals 75+

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Vaccinations for individuals 75+ to begin on February 1 as part of Phase Two

FILE – In this Jan. 9, 2021, file photo, vials of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are placed next to a loaded syringe in Throop, Pa. (Christopher Dolan/The Times-Tribune via AP, File)

Coronavirus Resources from the CDC

BOSTON (Mass.gov) – The Baker-Polito Administration announced individuals ages 75 and over can visit www.mass.gov/COVIDVaccineMap to start booking an appointment for vaccine beginning Monday, February 1st

Find a vaccine site near you and book an appointment if you’re eligible

Residents should visit the website, find a convenient location, and schedule an appointment online. 

Due to extremely high demand for appointments and limited vaccine supply, it may take time to secure an available appointment. Residents are encouraged to keep checking the website as appointments are added on a rolling basis. 

The Vaccine Map has multiple provider types (i.e., mass vaccination, pharmacies, local vaccination sites) and appointments will go live on a rolling basis over the course of the day.

Steps to book an appointment:

  1. Visit www.mass.gov/CovidVaccineMap and click on the map.
  2. Select a location, schedule an appointment online
  3. Have your important information with you, such as your insurance card
  4. Fill out the self-attestation form, which will need to be presented at their appointment.

Information for community organizations and individuals ages 75 and older can be found at https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-vaccinations-for-people-ages-75-and-older. This page will be updated as additional information becomes available. 

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