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Brookline Department Of Public Health Hosting Vaccine Clinic For Adults Over 65

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The Brookline Department of Public Health and Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett invite residents age 65+ to a vaccine clinic in town next weekend.

On Saturday, June 12, 2021, the Brookline Department of Public Health will host a clinic for residents 65 and over at its facility at 11 Pierce Street in Brookline. The clinic will run from 11:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. Those who attend may choose between the Moderna two-shot vaccine or the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine.

There is no cost to obtain a vaccination.

Those who elect to receive the Moderna vaccine will return for their second dose four weeks after the June 12, 2021, clinic.

  • To book an appointment for the Moderna vaccine, please visit here;
  • To book an appointment for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, please visit here.

“This is a great opportunity for those most at-risk of serious complications from CoViD-19 to get vaccinated and dramatically reduce not only their likelihood of getting seriously ill, but their likelihood of getting sick at all,” Dr. Jett said. “Vaccination is the single best tool we have to put an end to the pandemic and reach community immunity, and I encourage all who are eligible for this clinic to sign up.”

Those with questions about the vaccines or the clinic are encouraged to call 617-730-2300.