Town of Marshfield Board of Selectmen Press Release - Vaccination Clinic

Marshfield Fairgrounds Vaccination Clinic

Town of Marshfield
Board of Selectmen
870 Moraine Street
Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050
Tel: 781-834-5563  Fax: 781-834-5527


The Marshfield Board of Selectmen and Board of Health are happy to announce that the COVID-19 Vaccination Drive Thru Clinic that will be located at the Marshfield Fairgrounds will be operational this week.  Please continue to check the Town of Marshfield’s website for clinic status at

 The Vaccination Clinic will be open to all residents from the 27 communities that make up Plymouth County.  Citizens will need to schedule their appointments through the Commonwealth’s Department of Public Health website if you fall into one of the priority groups in Phase 1 or Phase 2. Please remember to dress appropriately so that the medical personnel can have access to you shoulder area.

If you wish to volunteer at the clinic please go to our website at click the red box for further instructions.

Due to high demand and severely limited vaccine supply, COVID-19 vaccination appointments may take several weeks to schedule. More appointments will be available based on supply from the federal government.

Constituent Services Resource on Scheduling

75+ COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

February 5, 2021 

Residents 75 and older who are unable to use or have difficulty accessing the internet to schedulean appointment online may refer those individuals to the Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line by calling 2-1-1 beginning at 11:30 AM on Friday, February 5th.  

Please note, due to the high demand for appointments and limited vaccine supply, it may take weeks to secure an available appointment. 

Call 2-1-1 and follow prompts to reach the Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line

Hours of Operations:

Monday to Friday

8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

The Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line is available in English and Spanish and will have translators available to support residents in approximately 100 additional languages. Individuals ages 75 and older will be able to speak to a representative live on the phone to assist them with an appointment through the state’s online system.  

These representatives have the same access to appointments as on the public website; it will not give individuals access to additional appointments.  

If no appointments are available, callers will have the option to be placed on a call back list for the mass vaccination sites. The caller will receive a call back when an appointment becomes available for them at a mass vaccination site, and the list will be called on a first-come, first-served basis. 

The Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line is currently only for individuals ages 75 and older who cannot use or have difficulty accessing the internet and therefore are unable to schedule an appointment through the online platforms. The Massachusetts Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line is only able to support individuals with scheduling an appointment and representatives are not able to answer general questions about COVID-19 or provide individual health care advice.  

The quickest and easiest way to schedule a vaccine appointment or check availability is to use the online system at

What to know before you go:

COVID-19 vaccines are free

Important information to know before going to your appointment:

·     The vaccine is free. You will never be asked for a credit card number to make an appointment.

·     You must make an appointment to get a vaccine.

·     The vaccine requires two doses. You should make sure you have a second appointment scheduled from the same site, or know how to schedule it, before leaving your first appointment. 

·     You must confirm you are eligible for your phase. See below for more information.

·     You can get a vaccine even if you do not have insurance, a driver’s license, or a Social Security number.

What you need for your appointment

Confirm your eligibility

To get vaccinated in Phase 1 or 2, you will need to confirm that you are part of a currently eligible group within those phases. This is called “attesting.”

Depending on where you book your appointment, you may attest differently.

·     You may be asked to attest online or over the phone when booking.

·     If you are not asked when booking, you will be asked to attest when you arrive at your appointment. Vaccination locations will likely have an attestation form available, however, you can fill out the COVID-19 Massachusetts Vaccination Attestation Form and bring it with you to your appointment to be prepared. 

Additional documents

Your vaccination location may list the below items as necessary, however, that only applies to people who have them. You can still receive the COVID-19 vaccine without insurance or an ID.

·     Bring an ID with your name, if you have one, to verify your name in the vaccination system.

·     Bring your health insurance card, if you have one. Your insurance will be billed at no cost to you. You do not need to be insured to receive the vaccine.

Sites labeled “Local vaccination locations” on the map (yellow stars) may require additional documents since they are only open to those who live in that city or town. This will be listed when making your appointment under "special instructions." 

Key Actions for What you need for your appointment

COVID-19 Vaccination Attestation Form 

When you get your first dose

·     Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth.

·     You will get a vaccination card that tells you which COVID-19 vaccine you received, and when and where you received it. The card will remind you to return for a second dose.

·     The vaccination site will tell you when to come back for your second appointment.

Make sure you get both doses

You need two doses of the same vaccine to be fully protected.

·     It's important that you get the same type of vaccine both times.

·     Go back to the same vaccination site to get the second dose.

Keep others safe

The COVID-19 vaccine — while showing extremely positive results — is like every other vaccine in that none is ever 100% effective. To keep people safe you must continue wearing a mask, washing your hands, keeping your distance, and avoiding groups.

It will take time to get the COVID-19 vaccine rolled out and get everyone vaccinated.