Locais de vacinação da COVID-19 | Boston Medical Center

Locais de vacinação da COVID-19

As vacinas estão atualmente disponíveis nos locais listados abaixo.

De acordo com o CDC e o FDA, bem como com a orientação do Departamento de Saúde Pública de Massachusetts, interrompemos a administração da vacina da J&J em nosso centro e em nossos postos de vacinação comunitários. Continuaremos administrando as vacinas da Moderna e da Pfizer.

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Pessoas com mais de 16 anos que vivem, trabalham ou estudam em Massachusetts podem ser vacinadas. Saiba mais sobre quem é elegível.
Esses locais de vacinação atendem a todos em toda a Commonwealth, mas têm como foco principal atender os residentes que vivem ou recebem atendimento primário em Boston.
  • Allston/Brighton (02163, 02134, 02135)
  • Back Bay, Beacon Hill, North End, West End, and Downtown (02108, 02109, 02110, 02112, 02113, 02114, 02116, 02117, 02196, 02199, 02205)
  • Charlestown (02129)
  • Dorchester (02121, 02125, 02122, 02124)
  • East Boston (02128)
  • Fenway (02115, 02123, 02215)
  • Hyde Park (02136, 02137)
  • Jamaica Plain (02130)
  • Mattapan (02126)
  • Randolph (02368)
  • Roslindale (02131)
  • Roxbury (02119, 02120)
  • South Boston (02127, 02210)
  • South End (02111, 02118)
  • West Roxbury (02132)

Locais de vacinação contra a COVID-19

Postos adicionais de vacinação em Massachusetts podem ser encontrados em mass.gov.

Agendar Vacina
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Posto de vacinação contra a COVID-19 em Hyde Park na Menino YMCA
1137 River St, Hyde Park, MA 02136
Currently Full
7h - 11h e 17h - 21h (segunda a sexta)
O Rockland Bank (no final da rua) reservou algumas vagas de seu estacionamento para pessoas que irão tomar a vacina.
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Posto de vacinação contra a COVID-19 de Mattapan na Morning Star Baptist Church
1257 Blue Hill Ave, Mattapan, MA 02126
Currently Full
8h - 16h (Segundas, sextas e sábados); 8h - 20h (terças e quintas); 8h -12h (quartas)
Estacionamento da igreja e vagas na rua disponíveis
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Posto de vacinação contra a COVID-19 em Roslindale na 17 Corinth Street
17 Corinth St, Roslindale, MA
Currently Full
8h - 16h (segunda a sábado)
Algumas vagas na rua disponíveis
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Posto de vacinação contra a COVID-19 em Dorchester no Russell Auditorium
70 Talbot Ave, Dorchester, MA 02124
Currently Full
8h30 - 16h30 (segunda a sábado)
Estacionamento e vagas na rua disponíveis
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Boston Medical Center na 85 East Concord Street
85 East Concord Street, Boston MA 02118
Currently Full
710 Albany Garage e vagas na rua disponíveis

Frequently Asked Questions

General information and FAQs about COVID-19 vaccination can be found at bmc.org/covid-19-vaccine.

What do I do if I have questions while scheduling my appointment?

Call 2-1-1

Is there parking at each vaccine site?

There is limited parking at each site. See parking lot information for each site above.

Are the vaccine sites accessible by public transportation?

All vaccination sites are within half a mile of a public transportation stop (bus, commuter rail, or T).

How do I book a second appointment?

You'll book an appointment for your second vaccine dose while you’re at your first appointment. The second appointment will be either 21 or 28 days after the first, depending on which vaccine you get.

What do I do if I have problems or questions after I get vaccinated?

Please call your primary care provider if you have questions or if you have a fever above 101 F, severe muscle pain, or severe headaches. If you do not have a primary care provider you may call the BMC COVID-19 Help Line at 617-638-9620.

If you have signs of a serious allergic reaction, call 911 immediately.

Can I stop wearing a mask and taking other precautions after I’m vaccinated?

No, you should continue to wear your mask and practice physical distancing even after you have been vaccinated. Right now, we don’t know if people who have been vaccinated can spread COVID-19, because it wasn’t studied in the clinical trials. The vaccine also doesn’t protect you from COVID-19 right away. It takes up to two weeks after the second dose for you to be fully protected.

That means you should keep following all current guidance to protect yourself and others. This includes:

  • Wearing a mask.
  • Staying at least six feet away from others.
  • Avoiding crowds.
  • Washing your hands often.
  • Following state travel guidance.
  • Quarantining if you’re exposed to someone with COVID-19.

What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?

Many people had minor side effects after getting the vaccine. These include:

  • Soreness around the spot on your arm where you get the vaccine
  • Chills
  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Fever. Some people may get a high fever (over 102°F).

What do I do if I experience side effects?

If you have signs of a serious allergic reaction, call 911 immediately. These signs are most likely to appear right after your vaccination, and include:

  • Throat and mouth swelling
  • Problems breathing
  • Lightheadedness
  • Blue skin or lips
  • Losing consciousness

If you have mild side effects that develop within 48 hours, such as feeling feverish but with a temperature below 101 F, injection site pain, mild fatigue, mild muscle aches, or minor headaches, you do not need to stay home. You may use an over-the-counter pain reliever, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, to treat these symptoms. If you get an itchy rash that’s just around the spot you got your injection, you can treat it with 1% hydrocortisone cream (available over-the-counter) once or twice a day until it goes away.

If you have a fever above 101 F, severe muscle pain, or severe headaches, please stay home and call your primary care provider.