Schedule your COVID vaccine appointment below
COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment
About the COVID Vaccine
AFC Urgent Care Worcester is prepared to safely and efficiently administer the COVID vaccine to all eligible patients. Please refer to the list provided by mass.gov to see what phase is currently eligible.
Please schedule your vaccination appointment using the button above. For scheduling purposes, please keep in mind the vaccine does require two doses spread apart. If there are no times listed at the link above, that means there are none currently available. Check back frequently, as cancellations do happen.
Vaccine Phases in Massachusetts
(December 2020 – February 2021)
- All healthcare workers
- First responders
- Workers in long-term care facilities
- Workers in congregate care settings
Listed in order of priority:
- Individuals age 75 and older
- Individuals 55 and older
- Individuals with 1+ certain medical conditions
- Residents and staff of low-income and affordable senior housing
- Early, primary, and secondary education workers
- Essential workers (grocery, restaurants, and utility workers)
Not yet Eligible:
- Other workers, including:
- Public health workers
- Transportation workers
- Court system workers
- Funeral workers
- Shipping port workers
Please refer to mass.gov for more specific types of workers who are under this eligibility. The list also includes specific medical conditions.
(Starting April 19, 2021)
Beginning April 19th, the vaccine will be available to the general public, including all residents over 16.
Q. When is the vaccine coming?
A. The COVID vaccine is now available for specific groups of individuals in the state of Massachusetts. It was approved by the FDA in late 2020.
Q. Who is eligible for the vaccine?
A. All members of the public who are over the age of 16 are eligible for the vaccine. Please refer to the Mass.gov website for more information.
Q. What are the policies for seniors?
A. Those above 55 or older are currently eligible for the vaccine. The policy is the same as all other patients. Please use the link above to register for your appointment, and visit AFC Urgent Care Worcester at the time of the appointment.
Q. Is the vaccine safe?
A. The COVID vaccine is safe for public use. It is the safest way to fight off the COVID illness, just as the flu shot is the safest way to protect against getting the flu. For more information, please speak with a medical provider, or visit the CDC’s website for vaccine safety information.
Q. What do I need to do to get the vaccine?
A. All patients need to book an appointment using the link above or on our homepage. Please fill out the relevant information and pick a time to come in to receive the vaccine.
Q. Where can I sign up and get the COVID-19 vaccine near Worcester, MA?
A. Patients can register to get the vaccine using AFC Urgent Care Worcester’s website. We currently communities in serve Worcester, Auburn, Leicester, Holden, and other surrounding Massachusetts towns.