As of Thursday, May 13, 2021, all individuals age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts are eligible to be vaccinated.
Please note that only Pfizer vaccine is authorized for emergency use by individuals under 18 years old. Residents age age 12-18 should seek clinics administering Pfizer vaccine.
|276 Broadway Street||Click here|
|Cross River Center (Lowell General Hospital)||1001 Pawtucket Blvd||Click here|
|CVS||336 Bridge Street||Click here|
|CVS||1815 Middlesex Street||Click here|
|CVS (at Target)||181 Plain Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||276 Broadway Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||1161 Bridge Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||1765 Middlesex Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||25 Merrimack Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||121 Church Street||Click here|
|Walgreens||54 Plain Street||Click here|
|Century Pharmacy||937 Gorham Street||Click here|
|Lowell Community Health Center||161 Jackson Street||More information|
|Mobile Vaccine Clinics||Sites throughout Lowell (TBA)||Click here|
The City of Lowell has launched a dedicated vaccine appointment assistance call center that will offer live, phone-based support to residents attempting to secure a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. The call center will be open Monday through Saturday from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and is equipped to provide assistance to callers in English, Khmer, Spanish and Portuguese. Residents can reach the call center by dialing 978-228-3019.
Lowell residents may use this line for assistance in schedule appointments, for general inquiries related to the vaccine, to report a need for an at-home vaccination (for homebound residents) and to be added to the waitlist to make a vaccine appointment at the Lowell Senior Center.
As more members of the public become eligible to receive the vaccine, all health care institutions including hospitals, community health centers and private medical offices will have access to the vaccine to vaccinate their patients. Pharmacies will also be able to vaccinate their customers.
Lowell residents are also eligible to seek appointments at public sites outside of the City including pharmacies and mass vaccination sites which are equipped to handle a high volume of vaccinations. To view a map of active vaccine clinics in Massachusetts, visit: mass.gov/covidvaccinemap. Please note that many locations on this map are restricted to residents of certain regions. Locations listed on this map vary frequently.
Appointments are required to get a vaccine.
The vaccine is free. You will not be asked to provide credit information to make an appointment
The vaccine is safe. It is not possible to get COVID-19 from the vaccine. Mild side-effects are common, but go away within a few days.
The vaccine is effective. All vaccines that have received emergency use authorization from the FGA demonstrated a high rate of effectiveness in preventing COVID-19 in clinical trials.
Health insurance is not required. You may be asked to provide health insurance information when registering, but will not be denied an appointment if you are uninsured.
Some vaccines required two shots. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require a second shot. If you receive either vaccine, you should schedule your second shot before leaving your first appointment.
COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions
COVID-19 Vaccine Factsheet
Homebound Vaccination Program Resource Guide
VIDEO: January 29 - Update on Vaccine Distribution from City Manager Eileen Donoghue
VIDEO: How to Make a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment in Lowell Online