Want to schedule a vaccine? Martha’s Vineyard Hospital regularly releases appointment slots. Check their website for details.
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Clinic : Call hotline to do it by phone 508-684-4500, or use the hospital website to make appointment. Anyone over the age of 6 months is now eligible to sign up online. Appointments for minors will require permission of a guardian and may have other scheduling stipulations. Appointments are released on a rolling basis. Please check site regularly or look for updates in local news articles. Falmouth also has drop-in clinics available at CVS and Walmart. Please look-up their websites for more information and/or to register. (Slots for children under 5 may have limited availability.)
Children ages 6 months and up are now eligible for vaccination! (June 2022) The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital began pediatric vaccinations for ages 5 and up on Thursday November 11th. And we happen to know the first kid, Owen Malik. To find an appointment, keep checking the hospital’s website and the local newspapers to see when the hospital will be releasing the next set of appointments.
Pfizer vaccine receives full FDA approval (8/23/21): Read this NPR article about how full FDA approval changes the vaccine game for Covid-19.
7/1/21- Are you vaccinated? As a thank you, the state of Massachusetts gave away millions in scholarships and cash to vaccinated residents aged 12 and over summer 2021. See VaxMillions website to see updated information about where to get vaccinated and take a peak at the lucky winners!
Call the library for questions or assistance: 508-693-9433 ; or email Nina – firstname.lastname@example.org
Check current eligibility & state guidelines. Special notes for residents aged 12-18, restrictions apply to type of vaccine you can get and process for scheduling an appointment. For more information on the vaccine, check the hospital’s fact sheet.
Call 2-1-1 for the Vaccine hotline. The call center, open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. will be staffed by 500 operators who will help callers find appointments at vaccination centers near them. There will be both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking operators, and translation offered in some 100 languages, Baker said.