BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Six of the seven COVID-19 mass vaccination sites have opened their doors to walk-ins.
Starting Monday, Hynes Convention Center in Boston, the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury, the Doubletree Hotel in Danvers, the former Circuit City in Dartmouth, the Eastfield Mall in Springfield, and the Natick Mall will no longer require appointments.
The mass vaccination site at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough is the only site requiring appointments.
Mass.gov has details regarding each mass vaccinations site's walk-in hours.
Pharmacies such as CVS and Walgreens as well as stores like Stop & Shop are also taking walk-ins.
“Stop & Shop has been proud to support our communities throughout the pandemic, most recently by administering the COVID-19 vaccine,” said Katie Thornell, director of pharmacy operations at Stop & Shop. “We are prepared to continue helping members of the community protect themselves against COVID-19 by allowing all customers 18 and older the convenience of walking into any of our pharmacies to receive their immunization without needing to schedule an appointment in advance.”
Governor Charlie Baker is speaking at 3:30 p.m. Monday to address COVID-19 updates.
The governor’s goal is to have 4.1 million people in Massachusetts fully vaccinated by the start of June.