Use VaxFinder.mass.gov to search for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment near you.
COVID-19 vaccination locations
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How to get vaccinated
People age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are 12-17 years old, there are certain steps you should take.
Preregistration has closed. Use VaxFinder.mass.gov to search for a vaccine appointment at locations including regional collaborative, health care, pharmacies, grocery stores, or local Boards of Health.
More vaccination options
Find a mobile pop-up vaccination clinic
Mobile pop-up vaccination clinics take place in a community-based setting like a community center, auditorium, or tent. They usually are set up short-term, for a day or evening for example, and may be offered on a regular schedule, like one day a week.
- Find a mobile pop-up clinic near you
Make an appointment for in-home vaccination
In-home vaccinations are available for anyone unable to get to a vaccine location. Call the In-Home Vaccination Central Intake Line at (833) 983-0485 to make an appointment through Commonwealth Care Alliance..
The Intake line is open Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Operators are available in English and Spanish. Interpreters can be available in over 100 languages.
You will be able to speak with a representative and you will be registered with the State In-Home Vaccine Provider.
- Schedule an in-home vaccination program
Employers, schools, and community groups: Use the Mobile Vaccination program
Mobile vaccination services are available for employers, schools, community organizations, priority populations, and any other group.
Please use this form to submit a request.
- Apply to the mobile vaccination program
Prepare for your appointment
Do not arrive earlier than 15 minutes before your appointment time. If you arrive early, please wait in your car until your appointment time.
- Use this guide to prepare for your appointment.
- If you use public transportation, use the MBTA Trip planner
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses. You should make sure you have a second appointment scheduled from the same site, or know how to schedule it, before leaving your first appointment.
The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine is only one dose.
Scheduling a second dose appointment
- If you are receiving the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, you must receive both doses. You should schedule your second-dose appointment the same day you receive your first dose.
- Pfizer: Second shot recommended 21 days after first shot (can be up to 42 days)
- Moderna: second shot recommended 28 days after the first shot (can be up to 42 days)
- You must get the same type of vaccine both times
- The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is one dose only
If you cannot receive your second dose at the same place where you received your first dose, you can schedule your second dose at any vaccination site.
- Go to VaxFinder and start a new search.
- When you’ve chosen a location from your search results, call their displayed number or click their booking link to make an appointment.
IMPORTANT: You must make sure the location offers the same vaccine you received for your first dose. Otherwise, you won't be able to get the second dose.
- You can also call 2-1-1 for help scheduling a second dose if you're unable to do so on your own.
Map of vaccination sites
- Green star: General vaccination sites (healthcare locations)
- Blue star: General vaccination sites (pharmacy/grocery locations)
Requesting a copy of your vaccination record
If you need to obtain a copy of your COVID-19 vaccinations, you have a few options. Visit requesting a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record to learn more.
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