Update on Covid-19 Vaccination Plan
The Town of Lexington is monitoring the availability of COVID-19 vaccines and preparing for the eventual vaccination of the general public. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) is charged with determining the distribution plan for the vaccine.
The Town has updated plans for large-scale vaccination of residents to ensure that doses of the vaccine are given quickly and efficiently when they arrive in Lexington. The latest information provided from MDPH indicates that there will not be significant vaccine available to the Town of Lexington for the duration of the month of February. You can fill out our online form if you are in eligible under Phase 2 and wish to be notified of possible future clinics.
See a map where those who are vaccine-eligible can get vaccinated.
Questions about COVID-19, including the vaccine? Call 2-1-1 on your phone. It’s free, confidential, and multilingual.
The COVID-19 vaccine is voluntary, safe, and free of charge. See the State’s COVID-19 vaccine FAQ
At this time, local health departments will only be involved with vaccinating the general public in Phase 3 of the State’s distribution plan, but that is subject to change. You can read the full text HERE.