Tuesday, February 2, 2021 – The City of Boston in partnership with Roxbury Community College opened a COVID-19 vaccination site at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Tuesday, February 2, 2021. Media are invited to tour the site Wednesday, February 3rd before the clinic opens at noon. There will be a media availability following the tour.
The vaccination site at the Reggie Lewis Center, along with Fenway Park, is one of two vaccination sites that opened this week in the City of Boston. The City of Boston continues to support the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ vaccination rollout and is working to expand the number and types of vaccination sites to make it more equitable across neighborhoods.
The vaccination site at the Reggie Lewis Center will follow the State’s vaccine distribution timeline. Eligible residents can schedule appointments now: https://www.maimmunizations.org/clinic/search. Please note: due to high demand and constrained vaccine supply, appointments are limited. More appointments will be added on a rolling basis. There are 1,080 appointments scheduled for the first five days of this site. The City will continue to ramp up capacity as additional vaccine doses become available. This vaccination clinic is intended for all eligible priority groups that live or work in the City of Boston, regardless of immigration status. ID is not required.
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Reggie Lewis Center Track and Athletic Center
Roxbury Community College
1350 Tremont Street, Roxbury, MA 02120
Marty Martinez, City of Boston Chief of Health and Human Services
Dr. Valerie Roberson, Roxbury Community College President
Arrival Instructions: Enter through the lobby doors of the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center at the corner of Malcolm X Boulevard and Tremont Street. Members of the media will be screened for COVID-19 and must wear a mask and social distance throughout the tour of the vaccination site and the interviews following the tour. Live shots will not be allowed inside the vaccination clinic when patients are inside.
About the Boston Public Health Commission
The Boston Public Health Commission, one of the country’s oldest health department, is an independent public agency providing a wide range of health services and programs. It is governed by a seven-member board of health appointed by the Mayor of Boston.
Public service and access to quality health care are the cornerstones of our mission – to protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of all Boston residents, particularly those who are most vulnerable. The Commission’s more than 40 programs are grouped into six bureaus: Child, Adolescent & Family Health; Community Health Initiatives; Homeless Services; Infectious Disease; Recovery Services; and Emergency Medical Services.