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COVID-19 Vaccination Info

Everyone 12 or older is now eligible to be vaccinated.

Mass Vaccination Sites

You may read about the program here.

Search for a vaccination appointment here.

If you don’t find an appointment that works for you you may pre-register to be contacted when you are eligible to be vaccinated at one of the seven mass vaccine sites around the state. To preregister visit this web page here.

If you are 75 and up you may use the call center to help you book an appointment. You may call toll free Monday through Friday 8:30 am –5:00 pm either 211 or 877-211-6277.

Use Your Hospital or Health Plan

Atrius / Harvard Vanguard
Now has vaccine available for patients 12 and up. Information on scheduling a vaccination through Atrius can be seen here.

Cambridge Health Alliance / Cambridge Hospital
“You can get walk-in vaccinations at our three sites (176 Somerville Ave. in Somerville, Encore Boston Harbor in Everett and Tufts University in Medford). Open to all Massachusetts residents.” You can also schedule an appointment. More information here.

Mount Auburn Hospital
Now part of Beth Israel, Lahey says: “We welcome all community members to our walk-in community COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Find our clinic locations and hours here.” There is more information here.

Partners (MGH, Brigham, etc) Patients
“Online vaccine appointment scheduling is now available for all Mass General Brigham patients age 12 and older. To schedule an appointment at a Mass General Brigham COVID-19 vaccine clinic”  More information here.

Through your Doctor’s Office

If you plan to get vaccinated at your doctor’s they may not have vaccine yet. The state suggests you wait to call them rather than overwhelm them with calls now.

Pharmacies and other Locations

CVS, Walgreen, Star Market, and Wegmans will offer vaccinations in and near Cambridge.


Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services (SCES) is offering free transportation, via one of SCES’ transportation providers, for local older adults to nearby COVID-19 vaccination sites.
SCES is encouraging those who are eligible to get vaccinated. We do not want transportation to be an obstacle for the people we serve. If you are 75 and up from Cambridge or Somerville, and you need a ride to your vaccination site, please give us a call!
We ask that you call well ahead of the appointment, so that we can connect you with a transportation option, and you can plan the most convenient travel time for yourself. Masks will be required during transportation.
For more information about the SCES vaccination transportation program, or to register for a ride, call SCES at 617-628-2601 or email here.
(Rides will be offered to those 65-74 when they become eligible.)


With the widespread concern about finding and getting a vaccine, some scammers are looking for ways to steal money and gather personal information that can be sold for profit.

There are reports of scammers taking money in exchange for fake COVID-19 vaccine reservations. No legitimate organizations will charge you for making a reservation. According to AARP, “Be wary of websites with pop-up ads for a vaccine appointment.”

In Massachusetts, as soon as the state’s new vaccination website went up, some scam sites appeared as well. Make sure you are on a legitimate site before entering your personal information. Only follow links from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or other reputable sites.

Read a longer article to help identify and avert scams here.

revised 5/17/2021

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