COVID-19 Information

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Latest Updates on Phase IV

Read more about the latest info on the Phase IV Re-Opening. 

Governor Baker Issues Order Rescinding COVID-19 Restrictions on May 29 and Terminating State of Emergency Effective June 15

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Transition to Phase IV of Reopening Plan

Phase IV Re-Opening Order - No.66 

Vaccine Eligibility Timeline

Governor Baker announced the dates that all remaining residents and certain worker groups will be eligible for a vaccine.

The Commonwealth’s detailed timeline adheres to the original timeline for the three phases announced in December.

Appointments will be offered based on eligibility and available appointments nearby. It is expected that more sites will come online as part of the preregistration process in April. 

Timeline for remaining groups: 

The full timeline is available at mass.gov/COVIDVaccinePhases

Preregistration Form for Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccines at Mass Vaccination Locations

How It Works:

  • Fill out this form to preregister for a vaccine appointment at a mass vaccination location. Preregistration is only available for mass vaccination locations.
  • After you preregister, you will receive weekly status updates on your preferred contact method. If you get an appointment somewhere else, please remove your name from the preregistration list by replying to these updates.
  • They will contact you when there are appointments available for you and provide you with a link to use to select and book your appointment.

Vaccine Signup Form

Vaccination Location Details 

This page has a map of COVID-19 vaccination locations with contact details and sign-up information for individuals currently eligible to be vaccinated.

Vaccine locations for eligible and active priority groups and phases

COVID-19 Vaccinations for People Ages 75 and Older

People ages 75 and older are eligible for the vaccine beginning on February 1st. Individuals age 75 or older can begin making appointments for dates Monday, February 1 or later as early as Wednesday, January 27. 

Please note, it may take several weeks to get an appointment at a location near you. As more vaccine supply arrives in Massachusetts, additional appointments will become available.

Link to Vaccination Details: Information for people ages 75 and older

Steps to Book an Appointment:

Go to COVID-19 vaccination locations and click on the map.

Select a location, schedule an appointment online.

Have your important information with you, such as your insurance card

Fill out the self-attestation form, which will need to be presented at the appointment.

COVID-19 Massachusetts Vaccination Attestation Form

If you live, work or study in Massachusetts you can use this attestation form to demonstrate you are eligible to receive the vaccine.

Link to Form: COVID-19 Vaccination Attestation Form

Massachusetts COVID-19 vaccination data and updates

View the latest updates about COVID-19 vaccine in Massachusetts.

Link to COVID-19 Vaccine page: COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard

Boxborough Case Updates

From March 30, 2020 to May 27, 2021 there have been a total of 199 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Boxborough. COVID-19 Interactive Data Dashboard 

COVID-19 Response Reporting

Daily and cumulative reports on Massachusetts COVID-19 cases, testing, and hospitalizations. 

Link to COVID-19 Dashboard: COVID-19 Interactive Data Dashboard

Not Feeling Well? Get Tested.

Find a COVID-19 testing site at mass.gov/stopthespread.

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Federal CARES Act

Learn more about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities (CARES) Act:

COVID-19 and Unemployment: What you need to know

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a significant impact on Massachusetts workers and businesses. The Department of Unemployment Assistance has resources for anyone impacted by the pandemic.

For additional details: COVID-19 unemployment information