To register for your COVID-19 Vaccine, Click Here
We provide the Pfizer vaccine.
Vaccinated individuals may experience minimal or mild side effects. Common side effects that have been reported include:
Side effects typically last less than a few days.
In most cases, discomfort from pain or fever is normal. To overcome common side effects:
Until a majority of the population has been vaccinated (some estimate 70% of Americans would help us reach herd immunity), wearing a mask, washing your hands, practicing physical distancing, and avoiding large indoor gatherings will remain essential.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions, you will be asked to return home and reschedule your visit:
No, the COVID-19 vaccine series should be administered alone, with a minimum interval of 14 days before and after administration of other vaccines.
Registration for the second dose of your vaccine will be done on-site after receiving your first dose.
Yes! Our vaccination site is wheelchair accessible.
For more information, visit our accessibility information page.
LCG Boston is proud to work with the City of Boston to provide our neighbors with the means to obtain free COVID-19 vaccinations. We are committed to promoting and supporting our neighbors’ health and well-being and urge everyone to respect the safety of their loved ones and peers to minimize the risk of spreading the virus. Together we can save lives and hasten our mission to return to some semblance of normalcy.
Our team of Registered Nurses deliver a premier level of private in-home nursing care for up to 24 hours per day. These include nurses with extensive home care, intensive care unit and inpatient background to provide an unparalleled level of care for every client we serve. We screen for skill and hire for character, compassion and empathy to provide expert clinical oversight, peace of mind and confidence for short-term, long-term and complex care situations.