COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Currently Vaccine Eligible
- Seniors 75+ (and one accompanying companion)
- Seniors 65+
- Individuals 16 years and over with 2+ certain defined medical conditions
- Residents and staff of low income and affordable senior housing
- K12 educators, childcare workers, and school staff
- Residents 60+ and certain workers
- Residents 55+ and residents with one certain medical condition
- April 19: General public ages 16 years of age and older
Read COVID-19 vaccine information from the Health Department
- Vaccine Available for 75+ (January 27, 2021)
- Vaccine Scheduling Tips (January 28, 2021)
- More Vaccine Sites and What to Expect (February 4, 2021)
- Second Shots and More COVID-19 Vaccine Resources (February 9, 2021)
- Booking Now! Vaccine Appointments for 65+ and Individuals with 2+ Medical Conditions (February 18, 2021)
- Very Limited Appointments and Teacher Vaccines (March 4, 2021)
Search for vaccine locations:
- COVID-19 vaccine preregistration (starts on March 12, 2021)
- By zipcode search
- Use the Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccine location map
PrepMod Instructions to Help Schedule Your Vaccine (February 1, 2021) Please note: This document was prepared with the assistance of Council on Aging volunteers in an effort to help eligible groups navigate the Massachusetts Immunization online scheduling platform.
Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be given to residents in the phases shown below.
Currently, the Wellesley Health Department does not have COVID-19 vaccine clinics scheduled for the general public.
Up-to-date information and resources on the COVID-19 vaccine include:
- When Can I Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?
- COVID-19 vaccine Frequently Asked Questions (Mass.gov)
- Frequently Asked COVID-19 vaccine questions (CDC)
- What to Expect at Your Appointment (CDC)
- What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (CDC)
- Need-to-Know Details about the COVID-19 vaccine
- Pfizer vaccine information
- Moderna vaccine information
*NOTE: The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) has determined that individuals who are fully vaccinated (received BOTH doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine), are beyond 14 days of the last vaccination, and are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, DO NOT need to have a negative COVID-19 test or quarantine after traveling to Massachusetts. Proof of vaccination may be required.
These same individuals DO NOT need to quarantine if they are identified as a close contact or exposed to a positive case of COVID-19.
Vaccine questions also may be emailed directly to MDPH at COVID-19-Vaccine-Plan-MA@mass.gov