COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility and Available Local Clinics Scheduled

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) has updated its vaccine administration strategy to ensure the availability of COVID-19 boosters to all eligible populations. The current revision has taken place in response to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) & Center for Disease Control’s latest guidance regarding COVID-19 booster shot administration.

The City of Woonsocket will be partnering with the Town of North Smithfield to offer "Moderna" COVID-19 booster clinics at Monsignor Gadoury School 1371 Park Avenue in Woonsocket.

The guidance for "Moderna" boosters is as follows:

People who received the first two doses of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can get a booster dose six months or more after their second dose if they are:

  • • Immunocompromised
  • • Anyone age 65 years or older
  • Anyone age 18 or older who lives in long-term care settings
  • Anyone age 18 or older who has an underlying medical condition
  • Anyone age 18 or older who is at a higher risk of developing COVID-19 due to living or working in a high-risk setting

The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Clinics will be offered on the following dates: (These clinics are for Moderna Only)

11/10/21, Wednesday 3:00 PM-7:00PM

11/17/21, Wednesday 3:00 PM-7:00PM

Appointments are required for these two clinics and can be scheduled utilizing the links above for each date or as follows:

Register at Enter "Woonsocket" in the "Search by Name Location" box and register for the date and time that is convenient for you.

If you need help scheduling an appointment, please call 1-844-930-1779 and let them know you would like help making an appointment for one of the two "Moderna" booster clinics scheduled above that are in Woonsocket.

Residents may also contact Kerri Topalian directly at Woonsocket City Hall at 767-9257 should they also need assistance registering.



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