Massachusetts Public Health Officials Urge Residents to Get Vaccinated Ahead of the Holiday Season 

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) information click Here
COVID-19 vaccine information click Here.

A listing of these community clinics that are accepting appointments and, in some locations, walk-ins, is updated weekly and can be found at

Residents who cannot get to a vaccination location can schedule an appointment for in-home COVID and flu vaccination by going to

How to schedule an in-home vaccination
In-Home Vaccination Central Intake Line

By phone: (833) 983-0485

~Representatives from CDR Health, which is operating the call center, scheduling appointments, and delivering in-home vaccinations are       available at this number Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
~Representatives are available in both English and Spanish, and also have access to translators for over 100 other languages

You may also schedule an appointment directly on the CDR Health Patient Portal page at

In addition to flu and COVID-19 vaccination, many people are eligible for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccination this year, including pregnant people, newborns, and many people 60 and older. COVID-19, flu, and RSV are the three viruses that are most likely to cause severe disease resulting in hospitalization and sometimes death.

While the holidays are a time for gathering, public health officials advise that if you are feeling unwell, you should stay home, get tested, and, if you test positive for flu or COVID-19, click here to get treatment. To learn how to prevent the spread of illness click here.