updated May 26, 2021
People who are currently eligible to receive the vaccine
- anyone who lives, works, or studies in Massachusetts and is age 12 and up
How to Get the Vaccine
People can get vaccinated in their care setting or place of employment, by their primary care physician, at a pharmacy, or at a public clinic.
- Find a COVID-19 vaccination site
- Need help? Call 211 for help scheduling your appointment.
- Can’t get to a vaccination site? Read about Massachusetts Homebound Vaccination Program.
- Need Transportation? MassHealth will provide free transportation to people with any type of MassHealth coverage. This includes Standard, CommonHealth, CarePlus, Family Assistance, and Limited, as well as the Children’s Medical Security Plan and Health Safety Net. If you are enrolled in OneCare, Senior Care Options, or Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, you can call your plan customer service to arrange transportation. All other people with MassHealth can call MassHealth Customer Service at 1-800-841-2900 or your MassHealth plan’s customer service number to schedule transportation. Read more about MassHealth transportation for vaccines here.
After the Vaccine
The Center for Disease Control & Prevention has issued Interim Public Health Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People – read them here. People are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after their final shot.
Need more information about COVID-19?
- More information about COVID vaccines
- Information about COVID testing
- Information about reopening
- Find food resources, help with housing costs, and more from Mass 2-1-1
- Get free counseling and support from Mass Support Network
- As always, you can reach out to our Compass Helpline for more resources, information, and support. Call us at 1-800-370-9085 or email us at email@example.com.