COVID-19 Vaccination Program & General Update
I am writing to provide you with a quick update on the City of Quincy’s vaccination program, which is below.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.
With my best regards,
City Councilor, Ward 3
COVID-19 Vaccination Program
The City of Quincy has formed a partnership with Manet Community Health Center to expand its operation on the Phase I vaccine delivery to accommodate Phase II. The location of this new operation is 180 Old Colony Avenue.
This location is expected to operate at least four (4) days a week with the capacity to perform 2,000 vaccinations per week. Please note that all is contingent on vaccine supply, which will undoubtedly be low particularly in the beginning. At this time, the city is kindly encouraging patience as a result of the demand for vaccination outpacing the current supply.
The city intends to expand to other sites over the next few weeks as the phasing moves forward, and has been working with the larger providers – BI-Milton and SS Health – on setting up clinics to serve their patients in Quincy.
Below are the links to the City’s website for Quincy residents over 75 to register for appointments to receive the vaccine at Manet Community Health Center.
Residents can register via the link below or by contacting a new vaccine registration and assistance call center at 617-376-1470. Residents can call 617-376-1298 for Chinese language assistance.
Link to website: https://www.quincyma.gov/vaccine.htm
Link to pre-registration form: https://forms.gle/ozBMmuAgfj7aV8J59
COVID-19 General Update
The City of Quincy continues to provide updates with respect to the coronavirus’ effects on the city. I am including today’s update below. Please refer to the links below for ongoing updates. The Quincy Sun and The Patriot Ledger have also been providing local updates.
(As of February 3, 2021)
2-week avg: 43.6
1-week avg: 37.3
Positive Rate: 5.88
Completed isolation: 5,937