Free vaccine clinics are now operating throughout the state. Everyone age 12 and over is now eligible to be vaccinated, regardless of residency, with the 12-17 age group only cleared to receive the two-dose Pfizer vaccine. Please visit the Department of Health’s website for up-to-date information on vaccination clinics operated through the Vermont Department of Health (VDH) and their pharmacy partners, and to learn more about vaccines for people 12-17 years old.
Registration is available online through a central registration system. If you have previously registered through the state’s online portal for COVID testing, you will use this same information to log in for vaccination registration. If you are not yet eligible but know your way around the registration portal, please consider safely assisting any friends or loved ones who are eligible and may need help signing up. If you are not yet eligible you may register your account in advance to be better prepared for when your phase is rolled-out.
If you cannot make an appointment online, you may do so by calling 855-722-7878. Interpreter support is available by calling this number, and then pressing 1.
The state registration call center hours are:
Monday-Friday, 8:15am – 5:30pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am – 3:00pm
CHCB Vaccination Clinics
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is now available at our Riverside Health Center and South End Health Center. Pre-registration is not required, so we are welcoming walk-ins every Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. Everyone age 18 and over, including part-time residents, students and visitors, can access these clinics to receive the one dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Thank you for doing your part to bring immunity to our community! Questions about vaccines and pregnancy? Check out this blog post from one of our OB Providers, Rachel Ivancie.