COVID-19 Information

Updated December 2, 2021

The Wayland Health Department, with assistance from the Medical Reserve Corps Volunteers, will be holding a Moderna Covid-19 Booster Vaccine clinic on Thursday December 2, 2021. Pre-registration is required, please find information below to schedule an appointment. December 2nd, 2021 at 10:00AM-2:00PM at Longfellow Youth Sports Zone, 522 Suite A Boston Post Road, Wayland MA 01778  

The entrance to the parking lot is on the third right of Minuteman Drive. From there turn left down the parking lot and head towards the last business suite of the building which is where the clinic entrance is located (It will have a Longfellow sign near the door). There will be signage guiding you to the correct location.

Anyone interested in a booster should register here: Please note: To schedule a booster shot you must indicate that you have already received a second dose of vaccine when registering online (completing the 2 dose series). There is no “booster shot” option so this is the only way we know you are scheduling a booster shot appointment. If you have any questions regarding the clinic, please contact the Wayland Health Department, 508-358-3617

Vaccination against a COVID-19 infection remains the best way to protect you, your loved ones, and your community against severe illness and death from a COVID-19 infection. The Town of Weston Board of Health, public health staff, and the CDC all recommend that everyone eligible who lives, works, or learns in Weston seek vaccination. 

CDC Statement on the Omicron Variant of COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is strengthening its recommendation on booster doses for individuals who are 18 years and older. Everyone ages 18 and older should get a booster shot either when 6 months have passed since their initial Pfizer or Moderna series, or 2 months after their initial J&J vaccine.

The recent emergence of the Omicron variant (B.1.1.529) further emphasizes the importance of vaccination, boosters, and prevention efforts needed to protect against COVID-19. Early data suggests increased transmissibility of the Omicron variant, and scientists in the United States and around the world are urgently examining vaccine effectiveness related to this variant. The CDC strongly encourages the 47 million adults who are not yet vaccinated to get vaccinated as soon as possible and to vaccinate the children and teens in their families as well because strong immunity will likely prevent serious illness. Anyone feeling sick should get a COVID-19 test

We know what it takes to prevent the spread of COVID-19. CDC recommends people follow prevention strategies such as wearing a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high community transmission, washing their hands frequently, and physically distancing from others. 

Travelers to the U.S. should continue to follow CDC recommendations for traveling


Schedule a vaccine, booster, or third dose at this link or over the phone by dialing 2-1-1.

Additional Information

  • Questions about which vaccine or vaccine booster to get? Call your doctor!
  • Not vaccinated and have questions? Call your doctor or Michele Schuckel, nurse, and Town of Weston COVID-19 manager at 781-786-5033 for a confidential conversation.
  • If you are eligible for a booster or third dose have your vaccine card handy, so you know when you had your initial doses. 
  • If you have health insurance, including Medicare or Medicaid, have your card(s) handy when scheduling and vaccine appointment. Vaccination against COVID-19 is available free of charge to everyone eligible for vaccination.

Pregnancy Advisory - Updated on September 29, 2021

The CDC strongly recommends COVID-19 vaccination either before or during pregnancy because the benefits of vaccination for both pregnant persons and their fetus or infant outweigh known or potential risks. Additional information on the benefits of vaccination and the safety of recommended vaccines for pregnant people is available and women are encouraged to discuss this with their physicians.

Symptom Reminder

What you think is a cold, flu or allergies could be COVID-19. Call your doctor and seek testing if you experience new symptoms. You can help stop the spread of the coronavirus, including the highly transmissible delta variant.

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