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Disability-friendly COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

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Vaxabilities, a partnership led by the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Network and including state agencies, major clinical centers throughout the Commonwealth and other professional groups, will be hosting a series of disability-friendly COVID-19 vaccination events across Massachusetts. These events will have extra staff on hand to provide skilled support to people with disabilities and/or sensory support needs. Most of these events will be offering COVID vaccinations for children ages 5 and up, as well as adult initial vaccines and boosters. Both people with and without disabilities can get vaccinated – including the whole family ages 5+ or staff that may come supporting people with a disability.

There will be a clinic on Friday, December 17 from 1:30 pm - 8 pm at the Museum of Science in Boston. Parking will be free, and those with vaccination appointments will get free admission to the Museum. You do NOT need to purchase separate timed tickets from the Museum. Onsite, you’ll be asked to follow the Museum’s code of conduct including use of face coverings, social distancing and staying home if you do not feel well.

For more details about this December 17 clinic, a list of additional disability-friendly vaccine clinics, and to book an appointment, visit Vaxabilities. After you book your appointment, you will be able to indicate any specific support needs you may have.

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