COVID Updates


Who can get vaccinated

All people age 6 months and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can be vaccinated. Children ages 6 months and older can receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. People ages 12 years and older can receive the Novavax vaccine. People age 18 and older can receive any vaccine. Learn more.

Where Can I get Vaccinated?

  •  Search for a vaccine or booster site near you.
  • MA Mobile Vaccination Program: Find mobile clinics in some locations across Massachusetts.
  • In-Home Vaccination Program: Available to anyone who has difficulty getting to a vaccine site.
  • If you are seeking a vaccine appointment for children, you can also contact your pediatrician.

Transportation Support

Transportation Assistance:

  • Check out these free or low-cost options that you may qualify for.
  • COVID-19 Homebound Vaccination ProgramAny individual who has trouble getting to a vaccine site is eligible for the homebound program. Individuals can call (833) 983-0485 to register for an in-home vaccination. The registration phone line is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM and has representatives who speak English and Spanish, as well as translation services available in 100+ languages.

Vaccine Information Sources

I've been vaccinated, Now what?

Fully vaccinated people who exhibit symptoms or have a known exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should get tested 3-5 days after exposure, and wear a mask in public indoor settings.

If you have symptoms, get tested and follow all precautions. When symptoms begin to get better, you can resume your normal activities, but should still follow precautions. 



Vaccine records

Need a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination record? Massachusetts residents can use My Vax Records to get a digital vaccine card to show you have been vaccinated against COVID-19.