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Fenway Health is now vaccinating the general public 18+ years and older at both the 1340 Boylston Street and Fenway: South End locations in accordance with Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) safety guidelines using both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is highly effective in preventing serious illness from COVID-19. The Moderna vaccine requires two doses given four (4) weeks apart. Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine requires one dose.
The state website has more information on who is eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccination in Massachusetts.
We understand that patients may be eager to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Due to limited appointment and vaccine availability at Fenway Health (we currently receive anywhere from zero to several hundred vaccine doses from MDPH each week, but we have over 4,000 patients and clients who are currently eligible for vaccination), many of our patients may receive their vaccination elsewhere. The state has created two new options to help people receive their vaccination:
Our hospital partner, Beth Israel Lahey Health, once again has first COVID-19 vaccine doses and is currently doing outreach to their patients, including Fenway Health patients. If you receive a call from Beth Israel, we encourage you to sign up to be vaccinated by them if it is convenient for you.
We are currently in the height of flu season in Massachusetts. As our state is experiencing a second wave of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to stay up to date on vaccinations. Getting your flu shot will not only help keep you healthy but your family and community as well! Click here to earn more about flu vaccinations at Fenway Health.
If you have questions that are not answered on this page, please call 617.927.6000 if you are a patient at our 1340 Boylson Street office or 617.247.7555 if you are a Fenway: South End patient.