COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Good news! Rhode Island is vaccinating as vaccine become available. The Department of Health distributes vaccine to specified sites to maximize the effectiveness of the clinics. They are not presently providing vaccine to community practices, like ours. Nor are we allowed to send links for scheduling at sites. Some hospitals have been allowed to give vaccinations for patients of their practices. There are state clinics, pharmacies that administer and some towns have programs. This information is on the RI Department of Health website. We receive information at the same time as the public and use the RI Department of Health website for updates. If we do get information about being able to vaccinate or make appointments, we would look forward to sharing it with you. In the meantime to get the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination programs, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the R.I. Department of Health.

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