COVID-19 Vaccines available in Massachusetts
Children ages 5-11 are now eligible to get the Pfizer vaccine in Massachusetts. If you are 12 years and older you are eligible to get vaccinated in Massachusetts. Those between the age of 12-17, you are only eligible for the Pfizer vaccine.
If you are 18 years and older you are eligible for the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson &Johnson vaccine.
Walk in or schedule an appointment with any retail pharmacy for a free vaccine.
You can also use https://vaxfinder.mass.gov/ to find vaccine locations and their availability.
COVID-19 In-Home Vaccination is available if you are not able to get to a vaccine location. Call (833) 983-0485 and speak with a representative. If you need language assistance they have access to translators in over 100 languages.
Information and Resources About COVID-19 Vaccines
Read the CDC's guide on Key Things to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine
Read the CDC's guide on vaccination against COVID-19 for Pediatrics
Mass.gov has a guide for COVID-19 vaccination children age 5-11 for their vaccine, along with frequently asked questions
Prepare for your COVID-19 vaccine appointment
What to expect after the vaccine and possible side effects
The Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers has a very informative video featuring 6 Massachusetts health center providers, they explain why it's important to take the vaccine to help fight against COVID-19. Watch it here
Asian Clinic at Joslin since 2004
Joslin's Asian Clinic is directed by Dr. George L. King, Senior Vice President, Chief Scientific Officer, Head of the Section on Vascular Cell Biology and Founder/Director of the AADI at Joslin Diabetes Center.
The clinic is staffed by Dr. Runhua Hou, Ka Hei Karen Lau, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, and Julia Li, Asian Clinic Coordinator. The Asian Clinic provides Joslin clinic's exceptional patient care and education model specifically tailored to Asian Americans. As one of the first Asian Clinics in a tertiary setting, we provide comprehensive diabetes care that is truly unique and much needed by our patients and their caregivers. Through linguistically appropriate and culturally relevant approaches, Joslin's Asian Clinic serves to enhance the quality of life and health outcomes for Asian Americans whose life is touched by diabetes.
Joslin's Asian Clinic provides one-on-one appointments with a medical provider and a certified diabetes educator who have experience and are sensitive to the diverse Asian American cultures.
Our diabetes care includes personalized service to our patients at each step of the way. The Asian Clinic Coordinator serves as a liaison between our patients and the clinic not only to schedule appointments, but also supports the patient with registration, referral, and prescription concerns.
- Culturally Tailored Medical Treatment Plan
- Personalized Medication Regimen
- Traditional Asian Diet Meal Plan
- Multilingual Educational Tools
- Asian Social Club: seasonal workshops on various topics
- Walking Club at Boston Common
- Designated Asian Clinic Coordinator
- Asian Clinic Direct Line Weekly Clinic Meeting
- Personalized Patient Folder with Goals and Diabetes Resources
- Interpreter Service for Asian Languages
Free Educational Tools on aadi.joslin.org:
- Drag n' Cook(R) Nutritional Application
- Asian BMI Calculator
- Diabetes Risk Quiz
- Multilingual Diabetes Educational Handouts: diabetes, nutrition, exercise and stress management (availabe in PDF)
- AADI Asian Recipes (for Chinese, Indian, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisines)
- YouTube Video Channel: cooking demo, exercise and seminars held in the communities
Address: Joslin Diabetes Center
One Joslin Place (2nd Floor)
Boston, MA 02215
For an appointment or more information, please contact the Asian Clinic Coordinator
direct line: 617-309-3444 (weekdays 8:30am-5:00pm)
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