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Today begins Vaccinate Rhode Island for all - 16 years or older

 

Today begins Vaccinate Rhode Island for all – 16 years and up

 
April 19, 2021/RINewsToday

 

Today is the day! From coast to coast, vaccinations are available for anyone over the age of 16 – while it may take some time to get your appointment, there are more ways than ever before to do so – remember, in almost every location, an appointment is necessary.

 

Public transportation via RIPTA bus is free is you are going to an appointment – see the link to that info, below.

 

Your key to information is the RI Department of Health website – https://covid.ri.gov/vaccination

 

Your key to booking an appointment is https://vaccinateRI.org – the system may get overloaded or you may get a message saying no appointments available – thousands of new times and days are added every day – check back – check early – check often!

 

If you need help scheduling an appointment, call the automated phone line at 844-930-1779.

 

Here’s where you can go!

 

State Run Vaccination Sites

 

 

Eligible Rhode Islanders can schedule an appointment online at www.vaccinateRI.org. If you need help scheduling an appointment, call the automated phone line at 844-930-1779.

 

Pharmacy Sites and Local and Regional Sites

 

CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Stop & Shop and Independent pharmacies – here for all the info:

 

Learn more about local pharmacy vaccination sites.

 

Learn more about local and regional vaccination sites.

 

Local and Regional Vaccine Sites

 
  • Johnston Recreation Center, 1741 Atwood Ave., Johnston, RI 02919
  • Westerly Senior Citizens Center, 39 State St., Westerly RI, 02891
  • East Providence Senior Center, 610 Waterman Ave., East Providence, RI 02914

 

These regional clinics operate on different days and at different times. Appointments are required at all vaccination sites. To view hours and days for these sites, or to view more vaccine sites, see the Vaccine Locator Map.

Hospital Outreach

 
 

 

Vaccines often cause our immune systems to respond, and that shows us the vaccine is working. This is healthy, normal, and expected. You may experience a sore arm, headache, fever, or body aches, but they should go away within a few days. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 following vaccination, stay home, call your or healthcare provider, and get tested.

 

 
 
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