COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

After months of research and testing, we have new safe, effective tools to fight COVID-19 — vaccines. In Massachusetts, all residents 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine, and we encourage you to get vaccinated as soon as you are able.

Get Vaccinated Today

Beth Israel Lahey Health is encouraging all Massachusetts residents 12 and older to get vaccinated against COVID-19. So many of our patients and community members have already received the vaccine. If you’re interested in receiving your shot, we have a number of walk-in clinics located throughout Boston and eastern Massachusetts. Find a walk-in vaccination clinic location that is convenient for you.

If you have questions about the vaccine, please visit our frequently asked questions section or ask us a question and we’ll have one of our providers get back to you.

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There are so many reasons to get vaccinated against COVID-19…for peace of mind, to save lives, to return to the things you love.

Tell us your story – why are you choosing to get vaccinated?
Tips for Recording
  1. Find a quiet, well-lit location with no one behind you.
  2. If on a mobile device, hold your phone horizontally.
  3. Click Start Your Video.
  4. Begin with “This is my shot” then share your reason for getting vaccinated in 30 seconds or less.
  5. When you’re done, click Upload.

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Americans are ‘mixing and matching’ Covid vaccines over concerns about the delta variant

Some Americans say they are finding ways to get additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccines, with some even going as far as receiving the extra shots from different companies. Dan Barouch, MD, PhD of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center said there’s limited data on the safety or efficacy of this approach and that there are theoretical benefits in terms of the immune responses and potential improvement of efficacy. (CNBC, July 26, 2021)

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