|Last updated 04/11/2021|
|COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION
There will be a drive through vaccine clinic April 19th - 22nd at the Rutland Heights Property, 86 Maple Ave., Rutland, from 9 am - 5 pm each day. These clinics will be the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, only one shot needed for anyone 18 years and older. To schedule an appointment, click here. The site has not updated the drop-down list for 18+ as an option, so choose the closest one that best describes you.
Any Hardwick resident who is home bound can now call the Town Administrator 413-477-6197 Ext. 101 or the Board of Health office 413-477-6197 Ext. 108 to make arrangements to receive Covid-19 vaccinations.
After April 19 everyone over the age of 16 will be eligible for a vaccine. (Phase 3)
Individuals 65 and older and anyone over 16 with 2 or more of certain medical conditions (click here for list) can now make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine. Because vaccine supply is limited, it may take several weeks or more to schedule an appointment.
Step 1: Click here to find a location and book your appointment. Check back frequently because the number of available appointments changes all day long. Additionally, due to high demand for vaccines, that website can be very slow. Don't give up; keep trying.
Step 2: Learn how to prepare for your appointment and what you need to bring with you.
You will never be asked for a credit card number to make an appointment.
Note: People accompanying an individual age 75 or older to their vaccination appointment at a mass vaccination location can make an appointment to also be vaccinated at the same location on the same day.
Click here for an overview of all this information.
If you are signing up for a second dose, you should get the same vaccine brand as your first dose.
In case of closures due to winter weather, vaccination locations will reach out to individuals with appointments to reschedule. If you cannot safely get to your appointment, you can reschedule. Reach out to your location with specific questions.