COVID-19 Resource Center
- The available COVID-19 vaccines are approved and recommended by the FDA and the CDC following standard testing and approval processes.
- By prioritizing resources and efforts, the vaccines were developed quickly but never at the expense of safety.
- The COVID-19 vaccine is being administered free of charge by the federal government. You will not be charged. If you do not have insurance, you are still eligible to receive the vaccine free of charge.
- To learn when it is your turn to get the vaccine, you may be contacted by your employer, place of residence, or primary care practice. You can also check www.mass.gov/covidvaccine for updates or any action you might need to take.
- Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is our best chance to stop the pandemic.
- In the meantime, the combination of getting vaccinated, wearing a mask, social distancing, and avoiding groups will offer you the best protection.
Get Boosted, Get a $75 Gift Card:
In addition to the enhanced protection from COVID provided by vaccinations and boosters, some vaccine clinics in the area are offering a $75 gift card to encourage you to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy. You will receive a $75 gift card when you get vaccinated or boosted at one of these locations. Vaccinations at these clinics will be administered by the Mobile Vaccination Program offered by the MA Department of Public Health. Go to https://www.mass.gov/info-details/free-family-friendly-covid-19-vaccination-clinics for the most up-to-date list of vaccination sites offering $75 gift cards. Here is a partial list of local vaccination clinics:
- Chicopee Council on Aging. 5 W Main St, Chicopee MA 01020
- Feb. 28 from 8am-3pm
- Mar. 30 from 8am-3pm
- Holyoke Health Center. 267 High St, Holyoke MA 01040
- Jan. 30 + 31 from 9am – 12pm, 1pm-4pm, 4:45-6:30
- Holyoke Public Library. 250 Chestnut St, Holyoke MA 01040
- Feb. 9th 2pm-6pm
- Mar. 7th 2pm-6pm
Do you need help scheduling an appointment to receive the vaccine? Contact us today.
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