COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster Shots

Due to a decrease in demand and an increase in alternative vaccination sites, UMass Memorial Health – Harrington will be closing its COVID-19 vaccine clinic located on 164 South Street effective March 31st. We continue to offer drive-through COVID-19 tests at this location. To book an appointment for COVID testing please click here.

If you are in search of a COVID-19 vaccine, please contact your local pharmacy please click here.

MY Vax Records – COVID-19 SMART Health Card Problem?

If you received your COVID-19 Vaccine at a Harrington Hospital facility and are unable to access your information or there is an error with the information on the My Vax Records website, you can contact us at:

My Vax Records – COVID-19 SMART Health Card Problem?

Email: vaccinepassport@harringtonhospital.org

Phone #: 508-765-8156

Please provide us your first and last name as well as date of birth and a return call back number.

Please allow up to three business days to investigate and troubleshoot the issue.

A representative from Harrington will contact you to update you on the status of your request or obtain any additional information needed.

Scroll down to see answers to frequently asked questions about the vaccine, and watch informational videos about the vaccine.

COVID Vaccine FAQ’s

How will I know when the state has moved into a new phase and I am eligible to receive the vaccine?
How do I know the vaccine is safe?
Will I have to pay for the vaccine?
Where can I get more information about the COVID-19 vaccine?

COVID Vaccine FAQ’s

Why Get Vaccinated?

COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

How the COVID-19 Vaccine Works

COVID-19 Vaccine Development and Testing

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COVID Policy Update:
ONE VISITOR ALLOWED

UMass Memorial Health - Harrington has implemented a ONE VISITOR  POLICY for all Harrington facilities (with the exception of the inpatient behavioral health units in Webster). Patient visitor requests for the behavioral health units will be accommodated where appropriate.  
All patients and visitors are required to wear a surgical or KN95 mask and must observe social distancing guidelines in all public areas and waiting areas.

Our top priority is to protect you, our patients, communities, and healthcare workers.