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Posted on: February 3, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Concord Vaccination Clinic for 75+ Community

We are pleased to announce that the Board of Health will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for the 75+ community in the auditorium of the Harvey Wheeler Community Center on Wednesday, February 10th from 1-4pm.  There will be only 100 vaccination appointments available as this is the amount of vaccine that we have received from the state. Registration will be by phone.  You may call 978-318-3042 beginning at 10:00am on Thursday, February 4th to try to secure an appointment.  Once the 100 appointments are taken, you will hear a recording indicating that there are no more appointments.  This is the only number you can call to sign up, please do not call the Board of Health or the COA or other Town offices, they will not be able to sign you up. Once again, the number to call to sign up is: 978-318-3042.

If you have health insurance, please have your card ready when you call, if you do not have insurance you can still receive the vaccine; the vaccine is free for everyone

Please continue to listen to the Town’s COVID information line at 978-318-3033 for the most up to date information on any future clinics that the Town is able to schedule. As vaccine is in short supply as we have only received 100 doses, we strongly encourage residents to reach out to their primary care physician and visit the State’s vaccine information website: to see about getting vaccinated at one of the many other places the State has set up.  We know that these too are in short supply for appointments, please be patient.

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