Have questions about the COVID-19 Vaccines? You’re not alone. That’s why we’ve compiled resources that will help you to make an informed decision about the vaccine.
We are working with our many partners to make access to the vaccine equitable in our community and remain committed to this critical work.
COVID-19 testing remains a top priority at The Dimock Center. Learn more and find out how to schedule your appointment for a COVID-19 test at Dimock here.
What You’ll Find in the COVID-19 Vaccine Information Hub:
Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine at Dimock
The Dimock Center is a vaccine distribution site that follows the state priority guidelines. We are now accepting walk-ins and conducting vaccine clinics in the community!
Walk-ins are welcome at 30 Dimock Street most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4:30pm. To schedule your appointment in advance or ensure we are accepting walk-ins on a particular date, please call ahead: 617-442-8800 ext. 2025. Spanish-speaking operators are available.
Dimock is now also offering vaccines to patients ages 12+. Please call if you are interested in scheduling a COVID vaccine for your 12-17 year old.
Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic with The Salvation Army
We are also excited to partner with The Salvation Army to host “pop-up” COVID-19 vaccine clinics open to all Boston students ages 12+, accompanied by a parent or other adult.
The clinics will take place at The Salvation Army Boston Kroc Center on August 23rd, September 8th, and September 13th from 10 am-5 pm, no appointment necessary.
We are offering both Moderna and Pfizer every day in the clinic.
Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet – FDA (English)
Moderna Vaccine Fact Sheet – FDA (Spanish)
Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet – FDA (English)
Pfizer Vaccine Fact Sheet – FDA (Spanish)
What to Expect After Your COVID-19 Vaccine – Dimock (English and Spanish)
Dimock in the News
Why we get vaccinated – BCBSMA – April 9, 2021
Dispelling the vaccine hesitancy myth – Bay State Banner – April 7, 2021
La Vacuna Salva Vidas – La Vacuna Salva Vidas – El Mundo – March 18, 2021
About the COVID-19 Vaccines
The Center for Disease Control (CDC), our nation’s health protection agency, states that “the best protection from COVID-19 will be a combination of getting a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, avoiding crowds, and washing your hands often. No one tool alone is going to stop the pandemic.”
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine below: