COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 vaccines are safe. By getting the vaccine, you will help end the pandemic and return to a normal life filled with gatherings of family and friends. 

Below please find resources about the COVID-19 vaccines. When you are eligible, we encourage you to get the vaccine.

Top 5 FAQs – Spanish
Top 5 FAQs – Portuguese
Top 5 FAQs- Haitian Creole
Top 5 FAQs – Vietnamese 
Top 5 FAQs – Mandarin
Top 5 FAQs – Cape Verdean 
Top 5 FAQs – Arabic
Top 5 FAQs Infographic English


New upcoming dates:

Eligible April 5, 2021:

People who are 55 or older
People with 1 certain medical condition


Eligible April 19, 2021:

If your group is not specifically listed in either Phase 1 or Phase 2, you will be eligible to receive the vaccine in Phase 3, which will launch April 19, 2021


April 25, 2021:

Immigrants Day at Reggie Lewis Vaccination Site


How to make a COVID-19 vaccine appointment:

1. Check to see if you are eligible:

How to sign up – infographics
Arabic  English  Haitian Creole   Spanish  Portuguese   Mandarin  Vietnamese   Cape Verdean

2. Sign up by reaching out to one of our partners

Rian Immigrant Center
Boston International Newcomers Academy
Agencia ALPHA
ICNA Relief
Caribbean Youth Club
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center
Centro Presente
Sociedad Latina
Brazilian Worker Center
New North Citizens Council
Pioneer Valley Workers Center
Metrowest Worker Center – CASA
Centro Comunitario de Trabajadores


Other resources

COVID-19 Information via
COVID-19 Resource Guide for Boston Immigrants
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers COVID-19 Facts
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center COVID-19 Vaccine Facts
COVID-19 Updates from the Dimock Center
Whittier Street Health Center COVID-19 Vaccine Facts
Center for Disease Control and Prevention Vaccines for COVID-19
Trust the Facts


Video Resources

IFSI COVID-19 Information 
Agencia Alpha – Whittier Street Vaccine Program 
BWC – Pop Up Vaccination Site
Why we got the COVID Vaccine