COVID-19 Vaccine Information
The City of Gloucester is committed to keeping the public fully apprised of the vaccination process, and will provide clearly and timely updates regarding vaccination distribution in the area over the coming weeks and months. This information will be shared over the City’s website, social media and by robocall.
COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility Status in Massachusetts
Above graphic updated on April 8, 2021
Information About COVID-19 Vaccine
Information for Residents Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments
No new local clinics planned at this time
To make an appointment at a vaccination site:
- Click here to find your phase and priority group
- If you are eligible, click here to find a vaccine clinic near you
- Make an appointment online and fill out the attestation form
- Those without internet access may also call 211 for assistance making an appointment
The 211 line can be accessed by dialing 2-1-1 and selecting the prompt for “Help Scheduling a Vaccine Appointment.” The hotline is only available for residents eligible for the vaccine without internet access or who otherwise cannot use the appointment site, and will take calls Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Translators will be available to help through the 211 line. Callers will be able to speak with a live representative who will help them find a nearby vaccination location and make an appointment.
If you received your first vaccine at the Rose Baker Senior Center, the City of Gloucester will distribute second vaccination doses as planned in early March, however, no additional first doses will be allocated to the city for distribution at this time. The Senior Center is no longer maintaining a call-back list for vaccine appointments including appointments for homebound seniors. The state will also be launching a vaccination program for homebound individuals in the coming weeks.
This January and February, the City of Gloucester successfully coordinated a regional clinic with Rockport, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Essex and Ipswich, through which 500 regional first responders and individuals eligible through phase 1 of the state’s vaccination distribution plan were vaccinated. The City of Gloucester has also vaccinated 280 individuals 75-years-old and older and 220 additional individuals eligible under phase 1 in the community through city-specific vaccination efforts.
The City of Gloucester will continue to share any and all updates regarding local and regional vaccination opportunities at the City of Gloucester’s website here, the Health Department’s Facebook Page @GloucesterMAHealthDepartment, Mayor Romeo Theken’s Facebook Page @MayorSefatia and by robocall.
Volunteer for a future vaccine clinic
The City has received an outpouring of messages from those who would like to volunteer to support vaccination efforts. Volunteers with and without medical experience are needed to support different aspects of their work, and will supplement existing emergency and public health resources.
The first question in the registration form will ask volunteers to select an organization. Those looking to support efforts on Cape Ann should select the orange plus sign next to the link to view a map of organizations by region. Once you have clicked on the orange plus sign, you will have the option to select MRC (Medical Reserve Corps). To volunteer to support vaccination efforts in Gloucester and Cape Ann, select this option by clicking on the black plus sign to the left, and then select “Region 3 — Northeastern MA” by selecting the black plus sign to the left, and lastly select “North Shore — Cape Ann Emergency Preparedness Coalition MRC.” From here, fill out the rest of the form with your information.