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Brookline Department Of Public Health Shares CoViD-19 Vaccination Distribution Update


Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett wishes to provide an update on the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.

As of Monday, February 01, 2021, residents who are age 75 and older are now eligible to receive the vaccine. Those eligible to receive the vaccine can request an appointment at a nearby vaccine location online here.

Due to the high demand and limited supply, appointments may take several weeks to schedule. Appointments will be made available based on the supply from the federal government and will be added on a rolling basis.

Information on how to prepare for your appointment once it is scheduled, including the items you will need to bring with you, can be found here. Residents are also reminded that they will need to schedule an appointment for the required second dose of the vaccine following their first appointment.

Mass vaccination sites have been announced at the following locations:

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough. This site is currently accepting appointments. Eastfield Mall, Springfield. This site is currently accepting appointments.

Fenway Park, Boston. Opening Monday, February 01, 2021. Double Tree Hilton Hotel, Danvers. Opening Wednesday, February 03, 2021, Reggie Lewis Center, Boston. Opening next week, exact date to be announced. At this time, supply of the vaccine is limited. Public health offices are working diligently to identify ways to expand access to the vaccine and prepare to host eventual community vaccine clinics in Brookline. Once the vaccine is available for distribution by the Town, staff at the Call Center will be available to assist residents with the registration process.

Public health officials will continue to share updates as more residents become eligible to receive the vaccine. To view the full distribution timeline, click here.

Please visit here to fill out the form and learn more about when you can expect to be eligible for a vaccine and add your name to the waiting list.

Residents who have questions about the vaccine, including those who are in need of help scheduling an appointment, are encouraged to use the Town’s CoViD-19 call center. The call center will be open Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. until further notice. The number for the call center is 617-879-5636. Those who call after hours may leave a voicemail and their messages will be returned when the call center is open. Questions may also be submitted via email to vaccine@brooklinema.gov.

The Department of Public Health is committed to supporting Brookline residents as they navigate the vaccination process. Call Center staff are equipped to help residents access vaccines when they are eligible under the state guidelines.

Additionally, the Town of Brookline has made answers to frequently asked questions available on its CoViD-19 portal, which can be accessed directly by visiting here. The town will share Brookline specific information here as it becomes available.