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COVID-19 vaccine information for every city and town in Rhode Island

Providence, RI, March 2, 2021 - Rhode Island Lt. Governor Daniel J. McKee receives his covid-19 vaccination today at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence from RN Kerry Stanchina fo The Wellness Company. Kerry is from Barrington, RI.
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Providence, RI, March 2, 2021 - Rhode Island Lt. Governor Daniel J. McKee receives his covid-19 vaccination today at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence from RN Kerry Stanchina fo The Wellness Company. Kerry is from Barrington, RI. [The Providence Journal/Bob Breidenbach] ORG XMIT: 10041410ABob Breidenbach/The Providence Journal

PROVIDENCE — As the state expands its vaccine eligibility, some towns are closing their municipal clinics while others are vaccinating broader populations than the state-run mass vaccination clinics. Many advise residents to sign up for first doses of the vaccines with the state or with CVS or Walgreens retail pharmacies.

Here is the latest information for every municipality in Rhode Island, and how they are vaccinating their residents:

Barrington: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

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Bristol: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Burrillville: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Central Falls: Any resident over 16 is eligible for a vaccine by making an appointment online or by calling 855-843-7620.

Coventry: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Cranston: The Cranston Senior Center has finished its clinics for first doses. They advise residents to sign up for vaccines with the state or with retail pharmacies. However, residents over the age of 16 in the hardest-hit ZIP codes can sign up for a vaccine with a state-run mass vaccination site or with a participating retail pharmacy.

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Cumberland: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

East Greenwich: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

East Providence: The city will continue to receive doses from the state for future clinics. East Providence residents who are over 40 can monitor the city’s website here, where future appointments could be made available. If they do not have access to the internet, or do not feel comfortable with the technology, they can call the city’s COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 401-533-9812.

Exeter: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Foster: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

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Glocester: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Hopkinton: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Jamestown: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Johnston: The town will continue to receive doses from the state to host a regional clinic. Residents can monitor the town’s website for future available appointments here. If you cannot self-register online, you can call the Johnston Senior Center at 401-944-3343 for assistance.

Little Compton: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Lincoln: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

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Middletown: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future. If residents have questions, the Middletown Emergency Operations Center can help direct residents to the appropriate resources. Residents can call 401-842-6565 or email MiddletownEOC@MiddletownRI.com.

Narragansett: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Newport: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

North Kingstown: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

North Providence: The city will continue to receive vaccine doses from the state for clinics. Future appointments and clinics available for residents can be found on the website here. If a resident does not have internet access, they can call the senior center, which will register them, at 401-231-0742. The COVID-19 hotline for North Providence is 401-437-6418. Residents over the age of 16 in ZIP code 02911 can sign up for a vaccine with a state-run mass vaccination site or with a participating retail pharmacy.

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Pawtucket: Any resident can fill out this online form to receive information about future vaccine clinics. Residents who fill out the form will be contacted once they are eligible, but the form does not guarantee a spot at the clinic. As of April 6, there are no age requirements on vaccine eligibility in the city. Pawtucket residents who are 16 and older can sign up now for a vaccination at one of the upcoming clinics by going to this link here or by calling the BEAT COVID-19 team at 855-843-7620.

Portsmouth: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Providence: The city will continue to receive vaccine doses from the state for clinics. Residents who are 40 and older, and residents who are 16 and older and live in ZIP codes 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, and 02909 can register for open appointments on this website or can call 401-421-2489 or 3-1-1. Residents can also sign up for notifications of when they become eligible and when future clinics are posted by filling out this form.

Richmond: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Scituate: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Smithfield: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

South Kingstown: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Tiverton: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Warren: The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Warwick: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

Westerly: The town will continue to receive doses from the state for future clinics. The town is asking residents to find regional clinics hosted at the Westerly Senior Center by signing up for an appointment on vaccinateri.org, finding a current clinic at the Westerly Senior Center, and following the instructions. Residents can also call the town’s main line 401-348-2500 and then clicking * to be directed to the COVID-19 hotline. You may have to leave a message, but your call will be returned.

West Greenwich: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

West Warwick: The town is finishing up clinics for residents’ second shots. The town is recommending that residents sign up for an appointment with the state or with retail pharmacies unless they receive another allocation of doses from the state health department in the future.

See something that should be updated? Email Rhode Island reporter Alexa Gagosz at alexa.gagosz@globe.com.


Alexa Gagosz can be reached at alexa.gagosz@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @alexagagosz.