People age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can be vaccinated now. People ages 12-17 can only get the Pfizer vaccine. People age 18 and older can get any vaccine. You don't need an ID or insurance to get it.
Current Local Vaccine Locations
|Location||Registration Information||Walk-In Information|
|CVS on Rantoul & Dodge Streets in Beverly||Click here to search for appointments at CVS||Walk-ins accepted 7 days a week|
Vaccination Appointments Available Near You
As of May 25, 2021, Massachusetts stopped scheduling vaccinations through the preregistration system. If you or anyone you know still needs a vaccine, visit VaxFinder.mass.gov to find a vaccination location. At some locations, you can get a vaccine without an appointment. Appointments, including walk-ins, are available at more than 900 pharmacies, health care providers, regional collaboratives, and mass vaccination locations across Massachusetts.
You can schedule an in-home vaccination. If you can’t travel to get a vaccine, call (833) 983-0485 Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM. Representatives speak English, Spanish, and can connect you with translators for more than 100 languages.
State Vaccine Information
Information about the COVID-19 vaccine is being updated on a daily basis. To ensure you are accessing the latest information, please use the following resources form the Massachusetts state website listed below:
- Mass.gov COVID-19 vaccine home page
- Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccination phases
- Learn more about the groups that are eligible in each phase of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution timeline.
- Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccination locations
- Find a map of COVID-19 vaccination locations with contact details and sign-up information for individuals currently eligible to be vaccinated.
- Prepare for your COVID-19 vaccine appointment
- How to make your COVID-19 vaccination appointment and get ready for it.
- The facts about the COVID-19 vaccine
- Learn more about vaccine safety, how the vaccine was developed, and how it works.
- Review the different types of COVID-19 vaccines
Important information to know before going to a vaccine appointment:
- The vaccine is free. You will never be asked for a credit card number to make an appointment.
- You must make an appointment to get a vaccine.
- The vaccine requires 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.
- You must confirm you are eligible for your phase.
- You can get a vaccine even if you do not have insurance, a driver’s license, or a Social Security number.