COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling

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The Lynn Community Health Center and Lynn Department of Public Health have partnered to open a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic located at 80 Neptune Blvd. 

 

  • Please bring the following information to your appointment*:
    • A government-issued identification or license, employer-issued ID card that includes your name and title

    • Health Insurance card

    • *Lack of driver’s license, social security number, or insurance is not a barrier to receiving the vaccine.
       

  • To save time when you arrive for your appointment, complete and bring copies of the two (2) forms:

    • If you cannot download and print these forms, they will be supplied to you upon arrival!

    1. Patient Consent and Pre-Vaccination Checklist

    2. Patient Registration Form

 

How do you know what vaccine we are using for first or single doses at the Lynn Tech Vaccine Site?**

 

If you don’t have a preference for which type of vaccine you receive, you can go ahead and book any available appointment below!  

While unlikely, we do reserve the right to change a vaccine type if needed.

**We will schedule your second dose appointment when you receive your first shot. If you get Moderna for your first shot, we will schedule you for a second Moderna shot about 28 days later. If you get Pfizer for your first shot, we will schedule you for a second Pfizer shot about 21 days later. 

 

Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Are you eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

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You are not eligible yet

Thank you for your answers. You will not be eligible until later in Phase 2. Only Phase 2, Group 1 has begun (75 and older). Continue to check here for updates. mass.gov/VaccinePhase2

Sign up for COVID-19 updates through AlertsMA: mass.gov/covidalerts

If you book an appointment and are not eligible, you will not be able to get your vaccine and you will be asked to reschedule when you arrive.

You are not eligible yet

Thank you for your answers. Starting April 19, all individuals 16 years or older in Massachusetts will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Continue to check here for updates: mass.gov/VaccinePhase2

Sign up for COVID-19 updates through AlertsMA: mass.gov/covidalerts

If you book an appointment and are not eligible, you will not be able to get your vaccine and you will be asked to reschedule when you arrive.

You are not eligible to receive your vaccine at Lynn Vocational Technical Institute Field House, 80 Neptune Blvd., Lynn MA. This location is for those who live and work in Lynn and Nahant (or are patients of Lynn Community Health Center). Please review the state’s website to learn where you may book a vaccination appointment: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-vaccination-locations

If you book an appointment and are not eligible, you will not be able to get your vaccine and you will be asked to reschedule when you arrive.

If you have recently had another immunization, please wait at least 14 days from that immunization to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

If you have a history of an anaphylactic reaction to an injection in the past (swelling of tongue, lips or throat, wheezing or shortness or breathing requiring and Epi-pen or emergency medical treatment), please consult an allergist before booking your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

For your health and safety, it is very important that you get the same brand of vaccine (e.g. Pfizer or Moderna) for your first and second dose. The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are not interchangeable with each other. The safety and efficacy of a mixed-product series have not been evaluated. Both doses of the series should be completed with the same product. Visit CDC.gov for more information.

To ensure this happens, please book an appointment at the same location where you received your first dose.

If you are unable to get your second dose at the same location where you received your first dose, please call us at (781) 581‑3900 and we will do our best to accommodate your request.

For your health and safety, it is very important that you get your second dose in the recommended timeframe.

If you receive the Pfizer vaccine, it is recommended you get your vaccine 21 days after your first dose.

If you receive the Moderna vaccine, it is recommended you get your vaccine 28 days after your first dose.

The type of vaccine you receive will depend on what is available on the day of your appointment. Please ensure you are available to return for your second dose 21 or 28 days after your scheduled appointment.

You are eligible for the vaccine. Please schedule your appointment:

Schedule My COVID Vaccine Appointment

 

If you are between 12 and 17 years old, please bring a guardian with you.  If you are age 16 or 17 and you are unable to bring someone with you, we will accept written permission, please print and sign this consent form and bring it with you to your vaccine appointment.  We cannot currently accept patients age 12-15 years old without a guardian present.

  • Please call our Vaccine Call Center to confirm a Pfizer vaccine appointment: 781-595-7747

    • Pfizer is the only vaccine approved for use in those ages 12 through 17, so it is important to confirm this information. We cannot give persons 12 through 17 the Moderna or J&J vaccine. 

  • Please use this guardian consent form. 

 

 

Transportation Assistance:

  • If you have insurance through MassHealth, you can get help with transportation to your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, even if you don’t usually receive transportation assistance to regularl doctor’s appointments. You qualify if you use one of these services: MassHealth Limited, MassHealth Family Assistance, the Children’s Medical Health Safety Net. 
    Members with MassHealth Standard, CommonHealth and CarePlus can also get transportation to vaccine appointments, as well as other medical appointments, through MassHealth. 

  • Those enrolled in a Senior Care Option or OneCare plan, or PACE, should continue to use the transportation services offered by their managed care provider.

  • Please call 1-800-841-2900 to schedule your transportation to your vaccine appointment. 

    • If you normally get help with transportation to doctor’s appointments, the most common and fastest way to get approval is to contact your health care provider and have them submit a transportation request for you. 

 

 

You can view other vaccination sites with available appointments in our area if appointments are not available below.

Last updated: 2021-05-14, 10:39