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Flu & COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics  

Walk-in Flu and COVID-19 Clinic

The City of Somerville Health & Human Services 
Every Wednesday through March, 2023
1:00 to 4:30p.m. at City Hall Annex, 50 Evergreen Ave.
Flu: 6 months of age and up
COVID-19: 6 years of age and up


Vaccines at Somerville High School

CHA Teen Connection at Somerville High School (age 12+ only). Signed parental consent form required for students age 16 and 17, parents must accompany younger children. Appointments required, call 617-575-5690.


Local Vaccine Providers

Find vaccines through the City of Somerville COVID-19 Vaccine page, type in your zip code find local vaccine providers.

Find a Vaccine, type in your zip code and which vaccine you need, and this site will find a list local providers.

VaxAbilities clinics specifically for people with sensory needs and/or other accommodation needs.


Your COVID-19 Vaccine Record

Visit Massachusetts' MyVaxRecord website to access your COVID-19 vaccine record.


Learn more about COVID-19 Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccination is the best way to reduce the risk of serious illness, and the development of new variants. Your child must have two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, or a valid religious or medical exemption, to participate in non-academic extracurricular activities, including sports, dances and clubs. In addition, the CDC and MDPH recommend that everyone age five and up get a booster.

Vaccination protects individuals from the risk of severe disease.

COVID-19 Vaccination Facts for 5-11 year olds (available in multiple languages)

Trust the Facts: Get the Vax (available in multiple languages)


Learn about COVID-19 safety protocols in Somerville Public Schools

Coronavirus Information and Safety in SPS