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Eligibility

Anyone over the age of 6 months is now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine (vaccine doses are age-dependent). 

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccine recommendations for people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised

Primary series eligibility:

Booster dose eligibility:

  • Booster doses: ages 5 and up are eligible. Your booster does not need to be the same vaccine brand as your original COVID-19 vaccination, but does need to be age appropriate. Check if you or your child are eligible
  • Second booster: Omicron-specific (bivalent) booster: Recommended for ages 5+ who received a shot (end of primary series or booster dose) over 2 months ago. CDC and Mass DPH recommend receiving this bivalent booster dose as soon as possible. Current guidelines allow a single bivalent booster dose per person. Check if you or your child are eligible
Schedule a Vaccine Appointment in Franklin County

Vaccine for ages 6 months and older, booster for ages 5 and older, all vaccines are no cost. Updated Omicron-specific (bivalent) booster is available for ages 5+ who received a shot (end of primary series or booster dose) at least two months ago. Register online or walk-ins welcome. Bring your ID, insurance card and vaccination card. You can receive both the flu and COVID vaccines during the same visit.

Greenfield Health Department
20 Sanderson St., Greenfield
Wednesday, January 25th
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

At this clinic, those who receive a COVID vaccination (primary series) or booster will receive a $75 gift card.

Flu vaccine: Bring your insurance card for flu vaccine. If you are uninsured and want a flu vaccine, please call public health nurse Megan Tudryn at 413-824-5855 or bring a check for $28 made out to the Greenfield Health Department.

 

Buckland Public Library
30 Upper Road, Buckland
Saturday, February 4th
12-3 p.m.

At this clinic, those who receive a COVID vaccination (primary series) or booster will receive a $75 gift card.

Flu vaccine: Bring your insurance card for flu vaccine. If you are uninsured and want a flu vaccine, please call the health district at 413-774-3167 or bring a check for $28 made out to the Franklin Regional Council of Governments.

  • Big Y: (Address: 237 Mohawk Trail/Route 2, Greenfield)
    Online booking only. Note: the link only works with the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge.
    Book vaccine appointment online
  • Rite Aid: (Address: 107 Main Street, Greenfield)
    Note: scheduling website available in both English and Spanish.
    Book vaccine appointment online  or call (413) 774-2201.
  • Walgreens (Address: 5 Pierce Street, Greenfield and 240 Avenue A, Turners Falls)
    Note: online scheduling requires signing in to Walgreens online pharmacy account.
    Book vaccine appointment online or call (800) 925-4733.
  • Baker Pharmacy (Address: 52 Bridge Street, Shelburne Falls)
    Call 413-625-6324 to schedule.
  • Walmart: (Address: 555 East Main Street, Orange)
    Click here to book appointment online
  • Other Options: Visit the State VaxFinder site. For individuals who are unable to use VaxFinder, or have difficulty accessing the Internet, the COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line is available by calling 2-1-1 (Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 6 PM, Saturday and Sunday 9 AM – 2 PM). The COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line is available in English and Spanish and has translators available in approximately 100 additional languages.

Is it very hard for you to get to a vaccination appointment? Someone can come to you to administer a vaccine. Call the State Homebound Vaccination Program phone number 833-983-0485.

Access Your Vaccination Record
Host/Schedule a Pop-Up Vaccination Clinic at Workplaces or Events

Running a Vaccine Clinic?

Color Software Quick Guides:

FRCOG COVID-19 Landing Page

Vaccine Safety

Vaccines are safe and are one of the best ways to protect yourself and those around you from getting sick from COVID-19. The vaccine doesn’t contain the virus that causes COVID-19, so it can’t make you sick. You may experience mild side effects after getting the vaccine, but this is a sign that your body is learning how to protect you.

The COVID-19 vaccine was developed quickly but all of the same safety steps were followed for this vaccine that are used for all vaccines. Across all age groups, vaccines have been rigorously tested, and have shown to be safe, effective and protective against serious illness and death.

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