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Northampton Flu and COVID Vaccine Clinics
Last Content Update:
We are offering COVID and flu vaccinations on the third Tuesday of every month! See below for details.
We also still offer home vaccination visits for individuals who are fully homebound.
Upcoming Public Clinics
- Northampton Council Chambers (212 Main St) - Wednesday, May 31, 12:30-4:30pm
- Northampton Council Chambers (212 Main St) - Friday, June 9, 10am-2pm
- Northampton Council Chambers (212 Main St) - Tuesday, June 20, 2:30-4:30pm
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What do you need to know or bring to a vaccine clinic?
Vaccine is free!
You should never be asked for cash or payment at or after a clinic for a COVID vaccine, however, you will be asked for your health insurance card.
Bring your Health insurance card (if you have health insurance)
If you make an appointment, enter your own health insurance information from your insurance card
If you plan to walk-in, bring your health insurance card with you for registration
If you don't have health insurance, no card needed! Vaccine is free.
No ID is necessary, though if you have an ID please bring it as it makes walk-in registration faster!
Bring your CDC vaccination card or vaccine record if at all possible.
A photo of your paper card is acceptable
A digital vaccination record is acceptable. Click here for a digital vaccine "SMART card" if you got any doses Massachusetts
Information about the new "bivalent" COVID vaccine booster shots
What are the updated boosters? The new COVID-19 booster vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer are updated versions of the original vaccines. The updated boosters were recently authorized by the FDA and recommended by the CDC.
Who should get the new booster? Anyone age 12 or older who completed a primary COVID-19 vaccination series or received a booster dose at least two months ago should get the updated booster as soon as possible.
Why do I need a booster? Staying up to date on vaccines, including boosters, is the most effective way to prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. While vaccine protection decreases over time, boosters restimulate the immune system and increase vaccine efficacy again. Boosters are an important defense, even if you’ve already had COVID.
When and where can I get a booster? Updated boosters will be available in Massachusetts starting the week of September 5, 2022. You can get a booster at many locations across the Commonwealth, including where you received previous vaccines. Locations include doctor’s offices, hospitals, pharmacies, and community health clinics.
Where can I get more information? You can visit www.mass.gov/covidbooster for the latest information
How can I get my vaccine record?
- Fastest option: If you got any doses in Massachusetts you can find a digital record HERE at www.myvaxrecords.mass.gov
- Call your primary care office; almost all primary care offices are connected to the Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS) and can direct you to either your record online or give you a printed copy.
- Call the organization/clinic/business where you received your doses.
- If you received your vaccine at a clinic run by the Northampton Department of Health and Human Services call 413-587-1216 and leave a message for a Public Health Nurse with your name, date of birth, and address. Two of our nurses have access to MIIS and will do their best to get back to you as soon as possible with a phone call.
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Trust the Facts. Get the Vax
- Learn more about vaccine safety, how it was developed, and how it works, here.
- COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs
Please show your support in the community by sharing that you got your first shot, encouraging your patients, clients, friends, family, and neighbors to sign up for their vaccination when eligible!