Vaccination Site

Massachussetts First Large-Scale Vaccination Site, operated by CIC Health

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced Gillette Stadium as the Commonwealth’s first large-scale vaccination site, operated by CIC Health. The State selected CIC Health — a Cambridge-based health tech company — to help manage vaccine administration, initially for first responders and healthcare workers and, later, for other priority populations per the State’s phased timeline.

Walk-ins Now Accepted

In an effort to expand access to vaccination, walk-ins are now accepted at all CIC Health mass vaccination and community sites, including Gillette Stadium. Free Lyft rides are also available to get you there and back home. Learn more here.

Sat & Sun: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Mon & Tues: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wed – Fri: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Moderna vaccine administered here.

Defeating COVID-19 takes a team effort and we are proud that Massachusetts is one of the nation’s leaders in COVID-19 vaccinations. Now, getting vaccinated has never been easier. Walk-up appointments are now available at each of the mass vaccination sites.

To make your vaccination more memorable, the Patriots are providing opportunities to get your picture with a Lombardi trophy.  Just walk-up and get vaccinated at any of the six sites listed below on Monday, May 17 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough (Moderna)

Hynes Convention Center, Boston (Pfizer)
Reggie Lewis Center, Roxbury (Pfizer)
Eastfield Mall, Springfield (Pfizer)
DoubleTree Hotel, Danvers (Pfizer)
Former Circuit City, Dartmouth (Pfizer)

Getting vaccinated is critical to our success in defeating COVID-19 and making a much-anticipated return to normalcy. Many New England Patriots and Revolution players have taken their shot to protect themselves, their families, and others in the community, and we are excited to provide Massachusetts residents the opportunity to commemorate your vaccination on May 17.