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What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters in Massachusetts.
COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are free, safe, & effective
People ages 6 months+ who live, work, or study in MA should get a vaccine
People ages 6-months+ should get a booster, with the following exception: children ages 6 months–4 years who already received a bivalent Pfizer vaccine as dose 3 of their primary series are not authorized to receive a booster dose at this time.
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Get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster
Find a vaccination location, book an appointment, and review guidance on preparing for your appointment.
Mobile and in-home vaccination services
Mobile vaccination services are available for employers, schools, community organizations, and other groups. In-home vaccinations are available for anyone unable to get to a vaccine location.
Use the MyVaxRecords website to get a COVID-19 digital vaccine card or a copy of your vaccination record.
Learn about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters
View Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccination data
Vaccine safety & equity
Learn answers to common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, boosters, and the Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Initiative.
COVID-19 vaccine providers
Providers can find information about the Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Program (MCVP), training and education resources, and more.
Additional public health guidance
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