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COVID-19 Vaccine

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Looking for a COVID-19 vaccine?

Harbor Health offers vaccine clinics for PATIENTS.

We offer separate clinics for patients ages 5-11 and ages 12 and older. For children ages 6 months through 4 years, please check with your provider about vaccine appointments.

Please call your Harbor community health center to schedule a vaccine.

Geiger Gibson Community Health Center(617) 288-1140
Daniel Driscoll – Neponset Health Center(617) 282-3200
Harbor Community Health Center – Plymouth(508) 778-5470
Harbor Community Health Center – Hyannis(508) 778-5420
Harbor Health’s TTY Line, (617) 533-2264

NON-PATIENTS: Please call the Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line (2-1-1) and follow the prompts. The Resource Line is available in English and Spanish and has translators available in approximately 100 additional languages.

Or visit the State of Massachusetts Vaccine Finder to find a convenient location near you to get a first or second dose, booster, or pediatric COVID-19 vaccine.

Looking for information about booster shots?

Harbor Health also offers booster clinics for PATIENTS.

If you are eligible to receive a booster, please call your health center to make an appointment. To find out if you or your child can get one or more boosters, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html.

NON-PATIENTS: Please call the Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line (2-1-1). You can also visit the State of Massachusetts Vaccine Finder to find locations offering boosters.

Looking for more vaccine information?

The COVID-19 vaccine can help protect you, your family, and our community.

Vaccines protect us from disease. They teach our immune system to recognize and fight the disease faster and better. You cannot get the disease from a vaccine. But without a vaccine, you may get the disease.

A lot of us have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

It is good to have questions. Just make sure to get good answers from qualified professionals.

Talk with your doctor or nurse about the vaccine to make an informed decision – it’s up to you!

Please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions and COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Center for information, downloads, and videos.

Read Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions