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  • Jul 06, 2021

Somerville Vaccine Day on July 11 Features Food Trucks, Music and Free COVID-19 Vaccinations

CHA's mobile vaccination program brings the COVID-19 vaccine to the community.

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Cambridge Health Alliance, a community health system serving Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north communities, will team with Tufts Health Plan and the City of Somerville to host mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics at three locations in Somerville on Sunday, July 11:

  • Brazilian Presbyterian Church, 212 School Street
  • Holy Bible Baptist Church, 64 College Avenue
  • Saint Anthony of Padua Parish, 12 Properzi Way

The clinics will run from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at all three locations, allowing people to get a free vaccine while enjoying free food, music and a gift.

The walk-in clinics will provide the Pfizer vaccine for everyone 12 and older. No appointment is needed and no ID is required. The Pfizer vaccine, which is safe and effective, offers protection against the COVID-19 Delta variant. Interpreters will be available for non-English speakers. Preregistration is available through this link.

Cambridge Health Alliance's mobile vaccination program brings the COVID-19 vaccine to the community, offering clinics at churches, mosques, schools, housing developments and community centers. With the support of the Mass. Department of Public Health and the cities of Somerville, Everett, Malden and Revere, CHA has provided more than 1,500 vaccinations to community members during the mobile clinics and encourages everyone to get vaccinated to help end the COVID-19 pandemic.

People who are not available on July 11 can also get a free vaccine any Monday - Friday at the CHA Vaccine Center, 176 Somerville Ave., Somerville. More information is available at

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