Drive-Thru Clinic in Orleans on Wednesday, February 17 will be open for registration on Friday, February 12 by 12:00 PM
February 11, 2021 – Barnstable, MA. | The Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment announced today that on Friday, February 12, 2021 by 12:00 PM, the following vaccine clinic will be posted, and will be searchable and OPEN FOR APPOINTMENTS at www.maimmunizations.org
Orleans Department of Public Works
COVID 19 Vaccine Clinic Date:Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Address: 40 Giddiah Hill Road, Orleans, MA 02653
Number of doses available on February 17: 800
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Directions: see Google Maps
This clinic is available for those who live or work on Cape Cod and meet the criteria for Phase One or who are 75 years or older. Caregiverswho accompany someone age 75 or older registered for this clinic may also register and receive their own vaccination on the same day.
Please arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.
Registration Tip:When going to www.maimmunizations.org, manually scroll down until you see this clinic listed. We advise that you do not type in the date or any other parameters in the search.
Instructions to Help Companions Accompanying Person 75 + Who is Registered for the Barnstable County Regional Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic in Orleans on 2/17
- Caregivers can register to receive a vaccine if accompanying an individual aged 75 or older registered for the Orleans DPW Clinic to be held on February 17.
- It has come to our attention that companions may have trouble registering using the state system. Here is what you need to do: when completing registration as a companion, please check the “75+” box which will allow you to continue with the registration process. All parties must have an appointment, with no exceptions.
- Please remember that Barnstable County has a limited supply of the vaccine. We ask that if you can drive to a Massachusetts mass vaccination site off Cape with the 75 + senior you are accompanying, please do so.
- Please note that we will be reevaluating this procedure for future clinics.
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