COVID-19 Vaccine Information
page LAST UPDATED: January 20, 2022
- Vaccine Type (depending on availability, call to confirm): Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna, please call 508-532-5667 to confirm availability
- Health insurance and photo ID is not required
- For questions, please call (508) 532-5472 or email Kitty Mahoney email@example.com.
- Face coverings/masks are required to be worn at all times in the clinic. Face coverings/masks will be available for visitors.
OTHER VACCINATION SITES LOCATED IN AND AROUND FRAMINGHAM
214 Union Avenue
Framingham, ma 01702
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Vaccine type & doses:
first, second, and booster doses are available
insurance & additional instructions:
please bring your vaccine card and health insurance information with you if available
City of Framingham
information as of January 19, 2022
Residents with at least One Dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Residents fully vaccinated
View the weekly Framingham Equity Vaccination DASHBOARD Report, from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Here.
The City of Framingham is one of twenty communities designated by the State as an “equity city” for vaccine distribution. The City will receive assistance from State distributing the vaccine to those disproportionately affected by the virus.
Totals last updated: Wednesday, January 19
Total Moderna, Pfizer, and Jannsen vaccinations administered under the equity initiative
What does this mean for Framingham?
Framingham is eligible to order vaccine weekly to vaccinate those in Phases I and II eligible populations in communities that have been historically under-resourced and may have barriers seeking or receiving the vaccine, such as:
- Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Latinx residents
- Residents who do not speak English, or who prefer to speak in another language
- Residents who do not have access to public transportation or who have barriers getting to a vaccination site
- Residents with disabilities and others who have access and functional needs
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Chart
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COVID-19 Booster Vaccine Eligibility Chart
Image of booster tree flow chart with people wearing face coverings.
Text: Am I eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot?
Who? Individuals 16+ who are fully vaccinated * *Individuals age 16-17 can only get the Pfizer booster
When? - At least 6 months after Pfizer or Moderna - At least 2 months after J&J
Which booster shot do I get? You may have a preference, but you can get any type of vaccine for your booster shot.
Are booster shots recommended? Who is eligible for a booster?
Everyone ages 18 and older can get a Moderna or Johnson and Johnson booster shot. The Pfizer booster is available to anyone ages 16 and over. Reference CDC recommendations about booster shots, here.
Please call the Nursing Office to determine if booster doses are available at 508-532-5667.
IF I DO NOT RECEIVE A BOOSTER SHOT AM I STILL FULLY VACCINATED?
Individuals without access to the internet or who are unable to schedule their appointment online can call the COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line toll-free 2-1-1 or (877) 211-6277 for assistance with setting up an appointment.
Now that more vaccine is available, some vaccination sites are accepting walk-ins. Please check with the site you plan to visit prior to arrival. Vaccination site information is available on the State's website here.
I lost my vaccine card. How can I get a replacement card?
Please visit www.mass.gov/myvaxrecord for further information.
What does it mean to be fully vaccinated?
People are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 if they have received two doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines or a single dose of the Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine more than 14 days ago.
Please Note: This guidance does not apply to fully vaccinated individuals who have symptoms of COVID-19.
Now that I am fully vaccinated, can I still get COVID-19?
While vaccines are highly effective there is still a chance you can get COVID-19 even after you get the vaccine. If you develop respiratory symptoms like runny nose, cough, or loss of sense of smell or taste, these are not side effects of the vaccine and you should consider getting tested for COVID-19 or talk to your healthcare provider. Stay home if you are sick and avoid close contact with others. You may wish to check with your employer about how this will impact your work.
The State of Massachusetts is referencing travel information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Reference the CDC's requirements and recommendations for:
Should I be following guidance or protocols once I am fully vaccinated?
Reference guidance information from the MDPH for people who are fully vaccinated again COVID-19 here.
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