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Your Health and Safety is Our Top Priority

The health and safety of our patients, their loved ones and staff remains our top priority as we navigate this new normal. We are steadfast in our commitment to provide the safest possible environment for your health care.

COVID-19 Vaccines for Mass General Brigham Patients

There are many places to get vaccinated in your community. Many sites offer booster shots. To find a location near you, visit, or; text your zip code to 438829; or call 1-800-232-0233.  

Mass General Brigham is offering vaccines at many primary care and some specialty offices alongside visits. You can find out if a COVID-19 vaccine is available at an upcoming visit by contacting your doctor’s office or visiting Brigham and Women's Flu page for more information.

Mass General Brigham will also continue to distribute vaccines from our mobile community vans. Check the van schedule to see if the vans will be near you.

Infectious Disease Expert Answers Vaccine FAQs

Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD, is chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He answers common questions about the COVID-19 vaccines, booster shots, vaccination during pregnancy and more.

Are COVID-19 vaccines safe? What types of vaccines are available? What should I do to protect myself from COVID-19? Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, answers patients' most commonly searched questions about COVID-19 vaccines.

Supporting the Brigham's COVID-19 Response

Brigham COVID-19 Response Fund

Your contribution will aid our efforts on every front as we work together to defeat COVID-19, care for our patients and families in their hours of greatest need, and emerge stronger than ever.

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