COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Clinics in Weston
For your convenience, the Health Department in the Town of Weston is offering local vaccine and booster clinics on most Monday and Friday afternoons during the months of February 2022 and March 2022. Approved by the Town of Weston Board of Health, February 16, 2022
All clinics are located at Weston Town Hall, Lower Level Conference Room, 11 Town House Road, Weston, Massachusetts 02493
To learn more about the vaccine and to determine eligibility visit the CDC Website, call your doctor, or call a Weston Public Health Nurse at (781) 786-5033.
Moderna Mondays (Ages 18 and Up):
February 28th, 3-5 PM | March 7th, 2-4 PM | March 14th, 2-4 PM | March 21st, 2-4 PM
Pfizer Fridays (Ages 12 and Up):
March 4th, 2-4 PM | March 11th, 2-4 PM | March 18th, 2-4 PM | March 25th, 2-4 PM
Please register in advance so we're ready for you! Click here to register online.
To register over the phone call the Council on Aging at (781) 786-6280
Click here to view the flier for the clinics.
All individuals regardless of vaccination status who live, work, learn and visit Weston are advised to:
- Stay up to date with vaccines and boosters against COVID-19 and other communicable diseases: Vaccination offers the greatest protection against COVID-19 infection
- Practice good hand hygiene
- Participate in robust COVID-19 testing programs, as made available by your school or employer
- Stay home when sick, call your doctor for next steps
- Promote/participate in good air quality/robust air exchanges per hour in indoor public spaces
- For individuals who are not fully vaccinated, it is important that you continue to wear a face-covering or mask to help prevent you from spreading COVID-19 to other people.
We support people who may choose to wear a mask. People have many reasons and circumstances for choosing to wear a mask, including vaccination status for themselves or family members, desire to have an extra layer of defense against infection, being in a crowded gathering, visiting vulnerable family or friends, or living with someone who is immunocompromised. In this respect, residents are advised to practice situational awareness around the risk mitigation choices of others.
When possible, wear more protective masks, which are now readily available for the public. From Most Protective to Less Protective:
- FFP2, KN95 & KF94
- Surgical [procedural] mask under cloth cover
- Surgical [procedural] mask
- Cloth face covering
When you wear a mask or face covering, it should:
- Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face [covering the nose and mouth];
- Be secured with head straps, ties or ear loops;
- Allow for breathing without restriction
Cloth face coverings should:
- Include multiple layers of fabric;
- Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape
Individual employers and businesses may choose to require masks in their establishments.The Board of Health will continue to use available information to inform our recommendations and response to COVID-19.
For more information regarding COVID-19 vaccination guidance, preventative measures, case counts, and vaccination data visit, westonma.gov/health