ASHLAND – The Town of Ashland and the Covid-19 Task Force have been working to make the Covid-19 Vaccine available locally to the residents of Ashland.
“We were asked to collaborate with other communities and are now partnering with the Towns of Hopkinton and Westborough to conduct a regional vaccine clinic for our residents,” announced the Town of Ashland today, February 6.
“We have been notified that we will be receiving a small amount of vaccine this week. We are required to follow the same phases as the state. At this time this vaccine will be made available to people over 75 years old and older or people that are still part of phase one,” said the Town.
Residents that are interested in an appointment at a local site to fill out the form found HERE.
If you sign up for this notification you will be notified of an appointment when and if it becomes available and directed to sign up on the state website for this appointment.
For Ashland residents that would like to be notified when additional information regarding local appointments are available. Please CLICK HERE to fill out the notification form.
“We are also encouraging our residents to seek other vaccine locations since we do not know how much vaccine we will receive on a weekly basis. You can check other availability by going to the mass.gov website,” said the Town of Ashland.
If you have any questions regarding the vaccine rollout please call the Covid-19 hotline at 508-532-7900 or contact Ed Burman at 508-532-7988.