Fenway Health is excited to announce that starting Monday, May 3, we will be opening our COVID-19 vaccine clinics beyond Fenway patients to the general public.
COVID-19 vaccines are now available to all Massachusetts residents over the age of 16. In addition, the federal government has identified community health centers as key partners in helping scale up vaccination efforts, given their ability to reach and serve communities at highest risk of contracting COVID-19. Fenway Health is a part of this historic effort to protect our communities and end this pandemic.
If you or someone you know is 18 or older, eligible for vaccination, and would like to schedule an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine here at Fenway, please register at www.fenwayhealth.org/appointments. We are offering vaccinations at either our main location at 1340 Boylston St. or 142 Berkley St. in the South End.
Please note that Fenway is not currently able to vaccinate 16 and 17-year-olds; only the Pfizer vaccine has so far been approved for that age group and Fenway is receiving Moderna from the Department of Public Health. For a list of sites that are able to vaccinate 16 and 17-year-olds, please click here.
We will continue regular outreach to our patients, especially those most at risk of becoming infected or having serious illness due to COVID-19, and have set aside appointment slots to guarantee they will be able to be vaccinated when they are ready.
If you are a Fenway Health or AIDS Action patient or client who hasn’t been vaccinated yet and would like to be, please visit www.fenwayhealth.org/appointments to schedule an appointment.