Free, family-friendly COVID-19 vaccination clinics

A $75 gift card will be offered to Massachusetts residents (adult or child) who get vaccinated (first dose, second dose, or booster) at any of the special clinics listed on this page below, through December 31, 2022, while supplies last.

PLEASE NOTE: Not all vaccine clinics in Massachusetts are part of this special program. Only the clinics listed on this web page, below, are offering the $75 gift cards to local retailers. Find a participating clinic near you using the chart below!

COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are free; no ID or health insurance is needed. Families are welcome!

 

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Get Boosted Overview

Which clinics are part of the Get Boosted program?

Only the clinics listed on this web page, below, are offering the $75 gift cards. Not all vaccine clinics in Massachusetts are part of this special program. The gift cards are to local retailers.

The Get Boosted clinics are designed to increase vaccine access in the 20 Vaccine Equity Initiative communities as well as 10 other municipalities and 3 rural areas with the lowest booster rates and highest BIPOC populations. Clinics in this program are being continuously added in those communities.

Where are the gift cards to?

The $75 gift cards are to local retailers such as grocery stores and big box stores that are located in the community where the clinic is being held. Gift cards will be offered at participating clinics, while supplies last. 

Who can get a Get Boosted gift card?

Massachusetts residents (adults or children) getting a COVID-19 vaccine (first dose, second dose, or booster) can receive a $75 gift card at the participating clinics listed below.

All members of a family, including children, can receive gift cards. For children or teens under 18 years old, an accompanying adult must be present to receive the gift card(s). 

Children ages 6 months to 4 years can get the COVID-19 vaccine, and anyone age 5 years and older can get a COVID-19 vaccination or updated booster at these clinics, unless otherwise noted in the clinic schedule below. 

Are appointments required?

You do not need an appointment, but some of these clinics may encourage pre-registration.

Are COVID-19 vaccinations free? Is health insurance or ID required?

COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are free; no ID or health insurance is needed.

Clinic Schedule

The clinics listed in the table below offer $75 gift cards to area retailers, while supplies last.

How to use the clinic table: To find a clinic near you, use the "Search" feature to sort clinics by city/town name.

Benefits of COVID-19 Vaccination

Staying up to date on COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters, is the best way to prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.

Boosters are an important defense, helping protect you against serious illness even if you've already had COVID.

Being fully vaccinated and boosted can also help your kids stay in school, help keep childcare programs open, and help prevent a family member needing to miss work to care for them. 

Learn more at mass.gov/covid-19-vaccine

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Keeping Yourself and Your Community Healthy and Safe

You can take other steps to keep your family safe from COVID-19, including testing, getting treatment for COVID, and wearing a mask in crowded indoor settings.

  • Test for COVID-19 
  • If you test positive for COVID-19, get free treatment 
  • Wear a mask  
    • Wearing a face mask helps prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others and helps to protect the mask-wearer. Learn more.
  • Stay home if you need to 

    • Stay home if you test positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms. Staying home helps prevent the spread of illness. 

  • Wash your hands  

    • Wash your hands often with soap and warm water. Or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. 

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Participating Communities

These clinics are designed to increase vaccine access and vaccination rates for Massachusetts residents in our 20 Vaccine Equity Initiative communities as well as 10 municipalities and three rural areas with the lowest booster rates and highest BIPOC populations.

The 10 additional municipalities include Amherst, Attleboro, Avon, Chicopee, Dudley, Gardner, Southbridge, Taunton, Webster, and West Springfield.

The three rural areas include communities in the Islands (Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard), Northern Berkshires (Adams, Cheshire, Florida, North Adams, Savoy, and Willamstown), and Quaboag Valley (Belchertown, Brimfield, Brookfield, East Brookfield, Holland, Monson, North Brookfield, Palmer, Wales, Ware, Warren, and West Brookfield). 

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