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COVID-19 Command Center Announces More Details For Vaccine Online Booking Process


Thousands of appointments to be added weekly, most availability at mass vaccination sites.

The Command Center provided additional instructions on Jan. 28 for the online booking process for residents 75 years and older for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Beginning Feb. 1, residents age 75 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts.  Appointments became available yesterday for online booking at www.mass.gov/COVIDVaccine.

Right now and until more vaccines are readily available, there is a very high demand for a limited number of appointments through the online platform.

Additional appointments will be added to the website regularly, with the most availability at mass vaccination sites. Some smaller sites, like CVS Health, will post a smaller number of new appointments daily.

More mass vaccination sites will be announced soon in other locations. On Wednesday, 10,000 appointments were posted in Springfield and Danvers and were filled within hours.

Today, Springfield and Danvers made another 15,000 appointments available, Gillette Stadium and Fenway Park posted a total of 20,000 appointments this morning.

CVS Health will post 1,152 new appointments daily across their eight sites, for a total of 8,000 per week.  CVS Health is posting new appointments online daily.

In total, over 35,000 new appointments are live  over the course of the day for appointments in the next 7 days.

Mass Vaccinations Sites (currently accepting appointments):

  • Gillette Stadium in Foxboro
  • Fenway Park in Boston
  • Eastfield Mall in Springfield
  • DoubleTree Hotel in Danvers

Currently, the mass vaccination sites are posting large batches of appointments once a week (on Thursdays) for the next seven days. The number of appointments is based on the available number of doses  allocated from the federal government to ensure every appointment is fulfilled with a dose.

The mass vaccination sites plan to increase the number of appointments posted weekly in the coming weeks based on the federal allocation of vaccines shipped to Massachusetts.  Residents are encouraged to check mass vaccination sites weekly for the most number of appointments. It could take weeks for eligible residents to secure an appointment based on availability and supply.

Steps to book an appointment online:

  1. Appointments are also available in other locations, including some pharmacies and community health centers.  Some of these sites will post appointments more frequently, in some cases daily.  Please check www.mass.gov/covidvaccinemap frequently for open appointments.  These sites are smaller and will have fewer available appointments on a weekly basis.