COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Price Chopper/Market 32 Pharmacies will be carrying the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.
It is a two dose series and the second dose is administered 28 days after the first.
Both doses are needed for full protection!
COVID-19 Vaccines are in high demand. Check back daily for new available timeslots and information. Please note that our pharmacy team does not have the ability to schedule for you.
These groups are eligible for the vaccine:
- – COVID-facing healthcare workers
– Residents or staff of long-term care, rest home or assisted living facility
– First responders (EMS, Fire, Police)
– Other congregate care workers or residents, including shelters and corrections
– Home-based healthcare workers
– Non-COVID facing healthcare workers
– Individuals age 65+
– Individuals with 2+ certain medical conditions
– Residents and staff of low income and affordable senior housing
This pharmacy has COVID-19 vaccine in stock but may not have any available appointments. Appointments are limited and become available to eligible patients every day on a rolling basis.
Appointments are limited. If there are no open spots in your local pharmacy, check back soon for more.
There are no appointments available at this time.
COVID-19 Vaccine Locations
Market 32 Pharmacy, 555 Hubbard Ave., Pittsfield, MA 01201
Price Chopper Pharmacy, 50 Cambridge Street, Worcester, MA 01610
Market 32 Pharmacy , 72 Pullman Street, Worcester, MA 01606
Price Chopper Pharmacy, 731 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Price Chopper Pharmacy, 2 Worcester Road, Webster, MA 01570
Market 32 Pharmacy, 21 Galaxy Pass, Sutton, MA 01590
Price Chopper, 560 Main St, Gardner, MA 01440
Price Chopper, 300 Stockbridge Rd, Great Barrington, MA 01230
Vaccine availability is dependent on state allocations and shipments. Every day new appointment slots become available. In addition, if there is a cancellation those appointment times become available in real time. Check back daily for updates. Please note that you will be required to complete the assessment to verify eligibility every time you log in to check for an appointment slot. It is important that appointments are not reserved for those that are not eligible. Insurance and primary care provider are optional fields and do not need to be entered every time.
For Massachusetts, you MUST: Complete this attestation
I attest under pain and penalty of perjury that I am a member of one of the groups that is currently eligible for vaccination per the MA COVID Vaccination Prioritization; current eligible groups can be found here. Individuals who live, work, or study in Massachusetts are eligible for vaccination.
- Meet these criteria (https://www.mass.gov/info-details/when-can-i-get-the-covid-19-vaccine)
Also listed below
- Clinical and non-clinical health care workers doing direct and COVID-facing care, including:
- • COVID-19 testers, staff of test sites, urgent care centers, other clinics,school nurses, and public health nurses performing • COVID-19 testing;
- • COVID-19 vaccinators and support staff for a COVID vaccination clinic including pharmacists, pharmacy interns, and pharmacy technicians, school nurses, and public health nurses supporting COVID-19 vaccination;
- • Medical Reserve Corps who are called up to vaccinate or other COVID facing direct care work;
- • COVID facing Hospice/palliative care professionals;
- • COVID facing laboratorians;
- • COVID facing imaging professions;
- • Emergent employees (manufacturing COVID vaccine)
- • Sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE)
- • Primary care providers
- S• killed nursing facility rapid response teams
- • Visiting and contract nurses
- Long term care facilities, rest homes and assisted living facilities
- Emergency medical services, police, and fire, including:
- • All interfacility transport workers, MedFlight staff, college/university campus police, 911 Dispatch employees
- • Federal law enforcement (including FBI, DEA, Coast Guard, federal court officers, U.S. Marshals Service, ATF, Federal • Reserve Police, Homeland Security investigators)
- • Court officers
- • Harbormasters/Assistant Harbormasters
- • Massport police
- • ABCC Inspectors
- Congregate care settings, including:
- • Corrections and shelters (residents/inmates, staff, and volunteers)
- • Patients and staff of SUD treatment programs (if program is residential)
- • Patients and staff of Section 35 treatment programs
- • Adults with autism, intellectual disabilities, and severe behavioral challenges in residential programs
- Home-based health care workers
- • PT/OT/SLP therapists who work with medically complex home students
- • Personal Care Attendants (PCAs)
- • Home Health, hospice, and home care agency staff performing visits in the home
- • Independent Nurses and Continuous Skilled Nursing staff performing visits in the home
- • Aging Service agency staff performing regular visits in the home
- • State Agency staff performing direct care in the home, including DCF Emergency Response Workers, DMH case managers and DDS care coordinators
- • Mental and behavioral health providers providing in home treatment (e.g., ACCS integrated team, PACT, CBHI, ABA, ESP)
- • Adult Foster Care and Group Adult Foster Care workers performing work in the home
- • Independent Therapists (physical therapists, occupational therapists, Speech & Language therapists) performing work in the home
- • Home-Based Respite and Individual/Family Support staff (DDS and DDS Self Directed)
- Health care workers doing non-COVID-facing care, including:
- • Dentists/dental students, and dental hygienists (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspected patients such as Oral Surgeons covering the ER, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Medical and nursing students (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspected patients, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Inpatient and outpatient physical therapists (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspect patients, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Interpreters who work in hospitals (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspected patients, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Behavioral health clinicians not already covered in congregate care or direct care;
- • Non-COVID facing Laboratorians;
- • Blood donation workers;
- • Organ donation procurement worker;
- • Hospice/palliative care professionals;
- • Non-COVID facing Imaging Professionals;
- • Dialysis center workers and patients;
- • Audiologists and speech and language pathologists (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspected patients, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Podiatrists and pedorthists (unless routinely working with COVID-19 positive or suspected patients, in which case should be considered COVID-facing);
- • Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) staff;
- • SUD treatment program staff (if program is non-residential);
- • Asthma and allergy specialists;
- • Diagnostic sleep testing center staff;
- • Chiropractors
- • School nurses (other than those working as vaccinators/testers)
- • Members of the clergy (if working in patient-facing roles)
- • Acupuncturists
- Individuals who do not come into contact with patients (e.g., back office, remote work, administrative staff who do not come into contact with patients, laboratory researchers who do not come into contact with patients) are not prioritized in Phase 1 and should be prioritized in Phase 2 or Phase 3 depending on each individual’s age, comorbidity status, or other worker category.
Individuals with 2+ certain medical conditions
Residents and staff of low income and affordable senior housing
COVID-19 Vaccination FAQs
Who should be vaccinated?
Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is approved for adults 18 years of age and older with no contraindications to the vaccine.
Who should not be vaccinated?
Those with an allergy to a component of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, an allergy to the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (mRNA COVID-19 vaccines). See Pharmacist for more information.
What side effects are expected after the vaccine?
Pain, swelling, and redness at the injection site is common. You may also experience chills, tiredness, and headache.
What to do if you experience a side effect
Report your experience to v-safe the after vaccination health checker. Reach out to your Pharmacist or Health Care Provider with any questions.
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