WHO IS ELIGIBLE:
Phase 1 (December 2020 – February 2021): clinical and non-clinical health care workers doing COVID-facing care; long-term care facilities, rest homes, assisted living facilities; first responders; congregate care settings; home-based health care workers; health care workers doing non-COVID facing care
Phase 2, Step 1 (current): Individuals age 75+
Phase 2, Step 2 (current): Individuals aged 65+ or individuals of any age with at least two of the following chronic co-morbidities: moderate and severe asthma; cancer (any kind); chronic kidney disease; COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Down syndrome; heart conditions such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies; immunocompromised state from organ transplant; obesity and severe obesity; pregnancy; sickle cell disease; smoking; and type 2 diabetes.
WHERE TO GET VACCINATIONS:
Check with your PHP or specialist physician first to see if you can get a vaccine at your health provider’s office.
GENERAL VACCINATION SITES:
Vaccination Sites: You will need to register in advance, online or by phone. You will need to provide proof of age and your insurance card at registration or when you go to the clinic.
The local board of health clinics for Hampshire County are being held in Northampton and Amherst. Currently you need to register in advance, online if possible:
The Northampton Senior Center, 67 Conz Street,
or call 413-587-1219 for help with online registration
Amherst High School, 21 Mattoon Street
or call 413-259-3077
Berkshire Community College, Patterson Field House, 120 West Street, Pittsfield
Berkshire Allergy Care. 369 South Street, Pittsfield
COVID@centralmassallergy.com (email, not website)
In addition, theBig Ys in Northampton (136 N. King Street), Lee (10 Pleasant Street), and Pittsfield (200 West Street):
TheStop and Shop at Dan Fox Drive in Pittsfield:
The Price Chopper, Pittsfield (555 Hubbard Avenue)
Walgreens in Pittsfield (37 Cheshire Road) and Lee (25 Park Street)
OTHER VACCINATION SITES CAN BE FOUND BY GOING TO:
There is a ZIP CODE search that can help you find a convenient location.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE COMPUTER ACCESS, CALL 2-1-1 for information and assistance registering.
You can also call the Worthington Board of Health (413-238-5577×106)
The Hilltown CDC’s EASY RIDE service can help people over the age of 60, veterans and those who have disabilities get to and from their medical appointments. YOU NEED TO SUBMIT A ONE-TIME APPLICATION prior to using the service: https://www.hilltowncdc.org/transportation or call the CDC at 413-296-4232 to make arrangements and have the form sent to you.