The Town of Natick is holding COVID-19 clinics for Natick residents age 75 and older getting their first shot at the Community Senior Center on Feb. 9 and 11.
Preregistration is required and will begin at 10:00 am Thursday, February 4, 2021.
To make an appointment call 508-647-6540, Option 6 and someone will assist you.
If necessary, please leave a voice mail message by clearly stating your name and telephone number.
Natick’s Health Department has been receiving hundreds of calls a day about COVID-19 vaccines, but the town’s supply of vaccines is limited by the state.
Natick’s Board of Health has arranged for residents of the town only to get on a list for upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics. You can sign up to be notified by email or text. Clinics to date have filled up quickly as a result of demand far exceeding supply of the vaccine.
Like other area communities, Natick is only getting about 100 doses at a time. The initial round went to first responders, and now we’re on to other eligible categories, including people age 75-plus.
Even if you are shut out of Natick clinics you can try other clinics throughout the state via the Mass.gov vaccine locator page.