State Mass Vaccination Site Accessibility Information

The following information related to the accessibility of the State's Mass Vaccination Sites at Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, Eastfield Mall in Springfield, and the Doubletree Hotel in Danvers was pulled together by the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities on February 1, 2021:

Boston (Fenway Park):

  • The entire path of travel from arrival/drop-off (Gate A on Jersey Street) to exit (Gate E on Lansdowne Street) is fully accessible via ramps and walkways.
  • Plan to have three wheelchairs (two regular and one double-wide) available on-site for any guests that need assistance.
  • Will also increase wheelchairs as needed based on demand.
  • Staff available to assist with mobility issues.

Foxborough (Gillette Stadium):

  • The entire path of travel from arrival/drop-off (W4 entrance) to exit (W3) is fully accessible via walkways and elevators.
  • Several wheelchairs (standard and wide) available on-site for guests that need assistance.
  • Staff available to assist with mobility issues.

Springfield (Eastfield Mall):

  • Vaccinations will be conducted on first floor. There are no stairs.
  • There is accessible-marked parking. There is a ramp that leads to the entrance.
  • There is an alternate entrance (dock) for our larger patients, and those with wheelchairs.
  • The walkway is on tile floor for easy mobility for non-ambulatory patients.
  • Patients are expected to bring their own wheelchairs as facility does not provide any.
  • Non-ambulatory patients can be dropped off at the entrance and picked up from entrance only. Ambulating patients are expected to walk in to facility from parking lot. Traffic detail can be instructed and direct this special traffic flow.

Danvers (Doubletree Hotel):

  • Vaccinations will be conducted on first floor. There are no stairs.
  • There is accessible-marked parking. There is a ramp that leads to the entrance.
  • There is an alternate entrance (main hotel entrance) for our larger patients, and those with wheelchairs.
  • There are parts of facility that is thinly carpeted; not expected to be a deterrent for non-ambulatory patients.
  • Patients are expected to bring their own wheelchairs as facility does not provide any.
  • Non-ambulatory patients can be dropped off at the entrance and picked up from entrance only. Ambulating patients are expected to walk in to facility from parking lot. Traffic detail can be instructed and direct this special traffic flow.

To find sites and book an appointment, visit the State's website at www.mass.gov/COVIDVaccineMap 

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