COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Get Vaccinated Today

Beth Israel Lahey Health encourages all eligible residents to get vaccinated or boosted against COVID-19. If you’re interested in receiving your shot, visit the state’s searchable directory of vaccine clinics. If you have questions about the vaccine, please visit our FAQs section or ask us a question.

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Your Vaccine Stories

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Expert Health Advice

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Placebo effect accounts for more than two-thirds of COVID-19 vaccine adverse events, researchers find

In a meta-analysis of randomized, placebo-controlled COVID-19 vaccine trials, researchers at BIDMC compared rates of adverse events reported by participants who received the vaccines to the rates of adverse events reported by those who received a placebo injection containing no vaccine. While the scientists found significantly more trial participants who received the vaccine reported adverse events, nearly a third of participants who received the placebo also reported at least one adverse event, with headache and fatigue being the most common. (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, January 18, 2022)

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Hospitals are doing their part on COVID-19; we ask the public to do theirs

In this opinion piece co-authored by Boston healthcare leaders, including Kevin Tabb, MD, CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health, the public is urged to do their part in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic by wearing a mask, getting vaccinated and getting a booster if eligible. “We are here for you and your families, whether you have been vaccinated or not,” the leaders wrote. “We will do our part; we ask that you do yours.” (Boston Globe – January 6, 2021)

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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Beth Israel Lahey Health is offering COVID-19 vaccination clinics in our community. No insurance information is required. Find details about our clinics, including vaccines and doses available.

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