If you are eligible to get a vaccine, click here to find a site and make your appointment: 

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Salem seniors can call the Salem COA at 978-744-0924, extension 43015, if they need assistance or have questions about accessing the COVID-19 vaccine. Leave a message with your name and number, and someone from the COA’s social services team will return your call.

About the COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts

When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Safety and the COVID-19 vaccine

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Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

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Current and retired medical professionals and medical students: volunteer to assist with COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts

How many Salem residents have been vaccinated so far?: 1,993 (as of 1/21/21)

Latest vaccine update

Notice: Due to high demand and constrained vaccine supply, COVID-19 Vaccination appointments are limited. More appointments will be available based on supply from the Federal Government. Appointments will be added on a rolling basis.

  • We are currently vaccinating all priority groups in Phase 1 of the MA COVID-19 vaccine distribution timeline.
  • As of January 21, 2021, all groups in Phase 1 are eligible to be vaccinated. This includes:
    • COVID and non-COVID facing health care workers
    • Residents and staff of long term care facilities
    • First responders
    • Staff and residents of congregate care settings, such as shelters and prisons
    • Home-based health care workers
  • Individuals eligible for vaccination in Phase 1 can visit mass.gov/CovidVaccineMap to view vaccine locations, including mass vaccination sites, sign-up and eligibility information. Sites will continue to be added with appointments released on a rolling basis.

Salem is currently in Phase One of the state’s Vaccination Distribution Plan