COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine

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 Timeline

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Information About COVID-19 Vaccine

About the COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Timeline: Phase Overview

When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

For the latest vaccine update in Massachusetts 

Safety and the COVID-19 vaccine

Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

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Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine

Members of the public are asked to not contact the City at this time with questions regarding vaccination distribution, access and timelines. Inquiries of this nature are limiting City resources at a time when they are needed most. Those with vaccine distribution timeline questions can contact the Massachusetts Department of Public Health via the link below.  

Submit a question about the COVID-19 vaccine

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.   

Sign-up to volunteer to support a future Cape Ann COVID-19 vaccination clinic

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.