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Date of Record: January 25, 2021
The Baker-Polito Administration announced an expansion of COVID-19 vaccination sites in all parts of the Commonwealth, including new mass vaccination sites, pharmacy locations and local sites.
The Administration also announced updates to plans for Phase Two of the Commonwealth’s distribution plan. Individuals 75 years or older will now be the first priority group in Phase Two, and individuals 65 years and older have been moved into the second priority group, in addition to individuals with two comorbidities. Starting on February 1 individuals age 75 or older can be vaccinated. Vaccination sites can be found on the Commonwealth’s map at mass.gov/COVIDVaccineMap.
Vaccine Sites:The Commonwealth’s ability to reach vaccination capacity will depend on the federal government sending larger quantities in the coming weeks. We’ll continue to build capacity in anticipation that the supply will increase. At the moment, MA has received and distributed 98% of our total allocation from the federal government.
Phase TWO Priority group update:Phase Two vaccinations will begin for the first priority group: Individuals age 75 and older are eligible beginning February 1, 2021. On Wednesday, January 27, individuals 75 or older can begin making appointments for dates February 1, 2021 or later.
As each of the priority groups become available, please visit: Mass.gov/COVIDVaccine to view the map* detailing vaccine locations and how to register. This map will continually be updated as additional vaccine sites present themselves.
Use the map to find a location to get vaccinated if eligible. Vaccine locations for eligible and active priority groups and phases.
Consistent with CDC guidance, we are also moving residents age 65 and older ahead in the order. This group will start getting vaccines after residents age 75 and older. Phase 2 will now be as follows:
Below, please find an updated Phased-approach graphic for the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution in MAUpdated January 25, 2021