VACCINE UPDATE

East Providence COVID-19 VACCINE HOTLINE: 401-533-9812 

ALL VACCINES IN EAST PROVIDENCE are being provided at the East Providence POD located at 585 Taunton Ave located in the plaza across from the high school. We are  NO LONGER providing vaccines at the East Providence Senior Center. 

Observe que uma clínica de vacinação para residentes agora está localizada na 585 Taunton Ave, perto do Planet Fitness, no antigo mercado de Shaw's na praça localizada em frente à EP High School. JÁ NÃO estamos hospedando nenhuma clínica de vacinas no Centro de Idosos. Obrigada.

April 19, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

People age 16 and older who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island are now eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Information about additional eligible populations is available online: https://covid.ri.gov/vaccination

April 14, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

People age 40 and older who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island are now eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Information about additional eligible populations is available online: https://covid.ri.gov/vaccination

April 13, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is announcing that Rhode Island is pausing administration of Johnson & Johnson vaccine as federal partners continue gathering more information. No Johnson & Johnson appointments had been scheduled for release today. RIDOH is directing vaccinators that had made Johnson & Johnson vaccination appointments to not administer those doses. Additional information will be shared shortly regarding people who had already made appointments for Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

No information reported to RIDOH has indicated that Johnson & Johnson vaccine represents a health or safety concern. However, RIDOH is taking this step in alignment with federal partners.

April 12, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

Governor Dan McKee and the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) are announcing that 7,600 additional COVID-19 vaccination appointments will be posted on www.vaccinateRI.org on Tuesday at 9 a.m. These appointments will be for the Dunkin' Donuts Center, the State-run mass vaccination sites in Woonsocket, South County, and at Sockanosset Cross Road, and at the regional clinics in Johnston, Westerly, and East Providence.

April 9, 20201 VACCINE UPDATE:

Beginning Monday all residents 18 and over living in 02914 zip code are eligible to schedule an appointment at any state or regional vaccination pod

April 8, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

More than 20,000 vaccine appointments will open up tomorrow at 5 p.m.. Rhode Islanders can register at http://vaccinateRI.org. Individuals who can’t register online may call 844-930-1779. 

April 5, 2021 VACCINE  UPDATE:

Eligibility for Vaccination
All Rhode Island adults will be eligible to make an appointment to be vaccinated by April 19. Between now and April 19, the State is going to continue to progressively open eligibility to different age groups. RIDOH is currently vaccinating people ages 60 to 64 and people ages 16 to 64 with underlying health conditions [health.us2.list-manage.com]. The next group to be eligible will be people ages 50 to 59. The aim is to open eligibility for this group by April 5. A week after that, on April 12, RIDOH plans to open eligibility to people ages 40 to 49. By April 19, RIDOH expects to open eligibility to people ages 16 to 39

APRIL 2, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

East Providence Senior Center POD on 04/09/2021

610 Waterman Ave, East Providence Rhode Island, 02914

Vaccinations offered: Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine

Age groups served: N/A

Services offered: COVID-19 Vaccination

Additional Information: ●●● ENGLISH: This clinic is offering the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) which is for people age 18 and older only. This clinic is for people who are age 50 and older who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island and people who are age 18 and older with one or more qualifying underlying medical conditions* who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island. It is also for Rhode Island pre-kindergarten to grade 12 (PK-12) or child care teachers or staff members. It is also for people age 18 and older who live in one of the following hard-hit ZIP codes: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, or 02909. It is also for people who were previously invited by the Rhode Island Department of Health to be vaccinated as a member of a group prioritized for vaccination in Phase 1 of Rhode Island’s vaccination campaign. For clinic directions and parking information, visit https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visit https://health.ri.gov/underlyingconditions to see a list of qualifying medical conditions. Please note that people who are age 16 - 17 MUST sign up for an appointment at a clinic offering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and Janssen COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) are for individuals age 18 and older only. ●●● ESPAÑOL: Esta clínica ofrece la vacuna Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) contra COVID-19 que es para personas con 18 años o más solamente. Esta clínica recibe personas mayores de 50 años que viven, trabajan o asisten a clases en Rhode Island y personas mayores de 18 años, con una o más afecciones médicas subyacentes predefinidas*, que viven, trabajan o asisten a clases en Rhode Island. También es para maestros de pre-kinder al grado 12 o maestros de cuidado infantil o miembros del personal de escuela. También es para personas de 18 años o más que viven en uno de los siguientes códigos postales duramente afectados: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, o 02909. Incluso recibe personas que fueron citadas anteriormente por el Departamento de Salud de Rhode Island para vacunarse por ser parte de un grupo prioritario para la vacunación en la Fase 1 de la campaña de vacunación de Rhode Island. Para direcciones de llegar a la clínica o información de estacionamiento, visite la siguiente página: https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visite https://health.ri.gov/afeccionesmedicas para consultar la lista de afecciones médicas predefinidas. Recuerde que las personas de 16 a 17 años DEBEN registrarse para obtener una cita en una clínica que ofrezca la vacuna contra el COVID-19 de Pfizer-BioNTech. Las vacunas contra el COVID-19 de Moderna y Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) son únicamente para mayores de 18 años. ●●● PORTUGUÊS: Esta clínica está a oferecer a vacina COVID-19 da Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), que é apenas para pessoas com 18 anos ou mais. Esta clínica é para pessoas com 50 anos de idade ou mais que morem, trabalhem ou frequentem escolas em Rhode Island e pessoas com 18 anos ou mais e uma ou mais condições* médicas subjacentes qualificáveis que morem, trabalhem ou frequentem escolas em Rhode Island. Também é para docentes de jardim de infância ao grau 12 ou docentes de cuidado infantil o membros do pessoal da escola. Também é para pessoas de 18 anos ou mais que moram num dos seguintes códigos postais duramente afetados: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, ou 02909. Também é para pessoas que tenham sido previamente convidadas pelo Departamento de Saúde de Rhode Island para serem vacinadas como membros de um grupo priorizado para vacinação na Fase 1 da campanha de vacinação de Rhode Island. Para direções e informações de estacionamento a clínica, visite https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visite https://health.ri.gov/condicoesmedicas para ver uteama lista de condições médicas qualificáveis. Note que pessoas com 16 - 17 anos de idade PRECISAM se inscrever para um agendamento em uma clínica que esteja oferecendo a vacina da Pfizer-BioNTech contra a COVID-19. As vacinas da Moderna e da Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) contra a COVID-19 são somente para pessoas com 18 anos de idade ou mais.

Clinic Hours : 09:00 am - 03:15 pm

Special Instructions: If you are signing up for a second dose, you must get the same vaccine brand as your first dose.

MARCH 30, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

East Providence is operating a regional pod at the East Providence Senior Center POD on 04/07/2021.

610 Waterman Ave, East Providence Rhode Island, 02914

Vaccinations offered: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

Age groups served: N/A

Services offered: COVID-19 Vaccination

If you meet the requirements listed below, you may schedule your vaccine appointment here

Additional Information: 

●●● ENGLISH: This clinic is offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine which is for people age 16 and older only. This clinic is for people who are age 60 and older who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island and people who are age 16 and older with one or more qualifying underlying medical conditions* who live, work, or go to school in Rhode Island. It is also for Rhode Island pre-kindergarten to grade 12 (PK-12) or child care teachers or staff members. It is also for people age 16 and older who live in one of the following hard-hit ZIP codes: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, or 02909. It is also for people who were previously invited by the Rhode Island Department of Health to be vaccinated as a member of a group prioritized for vaccination in Phase 1 of Rhode Island’s vaccination campaign. For clinic directions and parking information, visit https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visit https://health.ri.gov/underlyingconditions to see a list of qualifying medical conditions. Please note that people who are age 16 - 17 MUST sign up for an appointment at a clinic offering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and Janssen COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) are for individuals age 18 and older only.

●●● ESPAÑOL: Esta clínica ofrece la vacuna Pfizer-BioNTech contra COVID-19 que es para personas con 16 años o más solamente. Esta clínica recibe personas mayores de 60 años que viven, trabajan o asisten a clases en Rhode Island y personas mayores de 16 años, con una o más afecciones médicas subyacentes predefinidas*, que viven, trabajan o asisten a clases en Rhode Island. También es para maestros de pre-kinder al grado 12 o maestros de cuidado infantil o miembros del personal de escuela. También es para personas de 16 años o más que viven en uno de los siguientes códigos postales duramente afectados: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, o 02909. Incluso recibe personas que fueron citadas anteriormente por el Departamento de Salud de Rhode Island para vacunarse por ser parte de un grupo prioritario para la vacunación en la Fase 1 de la campaña de vacunación de Rhode Island. Para direcciones de llegar a la clínica o información de estacionamiento, visite la siguiente página: https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visite https://health.ri.gov/afeccionesmedicas para consultar la lista de afecciones médicas predefinidas. Recuerde que las personas de 16 a 17 años DEBEN registrarse para obtener una cita en una clínica que ofrezca la vacuna contra el COVID-19 de Pfizer-BioNTech. Las vacunas contra el COVID-19 de Moderna y Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) son únicamente para mayores de 18 años

 ●●● PORTUGUÊS: Esta clínica está a oferecer a vacina COVID-19 da Pfizer-BioNTech, que é apenas para pessoas com 16 anos ou mais. Esta clínica é para pessoas com 60 anos de idade ou mais que morem, trabalhem ou frequentem escolas em Rhode Island e pessoas com 16 anos ou mais e uma ou mais condições* médicas subjacentes qualificáveis que morem, trabalhem ou frequentem escolas em Rhode Island. Também é para docentes de jardim de infância ao grau 12 ou docentes de cuidado infantil o membros do pessoal da escola. Também é para pessoas de 16 anos ou mais que moram num dos seguintes códigos postais duramente afetados: 02860, 02861, 02863, 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908, ou 02909. Também é para pessoas que tenham sido previamente convidadas pelo Departamento de Saúde de Rhode Island para serem vacinadas como membros de um grupo priorizado para vacinação na Fase 1 da campanha de vacinação de Rhode Island. Para direções e informações de estacionamento a clínica, visite https://health.ri.gov/vaccinesiteinfo. *Visite https://health.ri.gov/condicoesmedicas para ver uteama lista de condições médicas qualificáveis. Note que pessoas com 16-17 anos de idade PRECISAM se inscrever para um agendamento em uma clínica que esteja oferecendo a vacina da Pfizer-BioNTech contra a COVID-19. As vacinas da Moderna e da Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) contra a COVID-19 são somente para pessoas com 18 anos de idade ou mais.

Clinic Hours : 09:00 am - 03:15 pm

Special Instructions: If you are signing up for a second dose, you must get the same vaccine brand as your first dose.

MARCH 24, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

COVID-19 vaccines at VA

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other federal partners are working with the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs to provide COVID-19 vaccines to eligible Veterans, spouses, and caregivers. We know you have a lot of questions, and information is changing quickly. Please click here for updates

MARCH 23, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

Certain Walmart pharmacies in Rhode Island will soon begin offering the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are eligible, according to the company.

  • Coventry: 650 Centre of New England Boulevard
  • Cranston: 1776 Plainfield Pike
  • Newport: 199 Connell Highway
  • North Kingstown: 1031 Ten Rod Road
  • North Smithfield: 7 Dowling Village Boulevard
  • Providence: 51 Silver Spring Street
  • Warwick: 650 Bald Hill Road and 840 Post Road
  • Westerly: 258 Post Road

MARCH 19, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

COVID-19 Vaccine is now available in very limited RI, CT, MASS, NJ, NY Stop & Stop locations.

The Rhode Island locations are in North Smithfield, East Providence, Lincoln, and Warwick on Warwick Avenue.

These locations are currently offering the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is authorized only for people 18 and older.

More information on how to schedule a vaccine at a RI Stop & Shop is available here. 

MARCH 18, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE:

All Rhode Island adults should be eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine starting April 19, Gov. Dan McKee announced. This will only be possible if the state is provided more vaccine doses from the federal government.

It will likely take several weeks to schedule appointments for everyone who wants them.

MARCH 12, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE: 

COVID-19 vaccination eligibility will open on Friday March 12 for Rhode Islanders who are 60 to 64 years of age and who are 16 to 64 with specific underlying health conditions, Governor Dan McKee and the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) are announcing today.

New appointments at Rhode Island's State-run vaccination sites will be added to www.VaccinateRI.org beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday. (New appointments are regularly added on Tuesdays beginning at 9 a.m. and Fridays beginning at 5 p.m.) Walgreens and CVS expect to adjust their eligibility criteria to take appointments for people in these two groups at 11 a.m. on Friday.

People age 16 to 64 are eligible to be vaccinated if they have one of the following conditions: diabetes (type 1 or type 2); lung disease (such as COPD, emphysema, or cystic fibrosis); heart disease; or kidney disease. People age 16 to 64 are also eligible if they have a weakened immune system. That includes people who have cancer, people who get chemotherapy or radiation, people who have HIV/AIDS, people who have sickle cell disease, people who take medicine that weakens the immune system, and people who are pregnant. A full list of qualifying conditions is available online.

Rhode Island currently has three State-run vaccination sites, located in Providence (at the Dunkin' Donuts Center), Cranston (at Sockanosset Cross Road), and Middletown (1400 West Main Road). People who cannot register online for an appointment at a State-run site through www.VaccinateRI.org can get help by calling 844-930-1779. Eligibility Requirements per the RIDOH are found here.

To make an appointment through CVS, go to CVS.com, use CVS Pharmacy phone app or call 800-746-7287. To make an appointment through Walgreens, go to Walgreens.com/ScheduleVaccine or call your local Walgreens.

In addition to retail pharmacies and the three State-run vaccination sites, Rhode Islanders are also getting vaccinated at city- and town-run clinics and through hospital systems, community health centers, and other targeted locations. City- and town-run sites are currently focused on administering second doses to people who are 75 and older and on vaccinating teachers, school staff, and child care workers. 

MARCH 10, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE: 

The City of East Providence, in partnership with the Rhode Island Department of Health, has established a Closed Point of Dispensing (POD) for COVID-19 vaccine administration for East Providence schools’ K-12 teachers and staff and East Providence DHS-licensed childcare and daycare providers.

As Closed PODs, the clinics, being held Friday, March 12 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (for East Providence public schools staff) and Saturday, March 13 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (for private schools and licensed childcare and home daycare staff), will only be accessible to specific lists of school administration, staff and teachers.

 School staff are being contacted by the district with instructions on how to schedule their vaccine. Walk-ins will not be permitted.

In order for school-related staff to be vaccinated at these PODs, individuals must meet the following requirements:

  • Be 18 years of age or older.
  • Provide regular, direct service to children as part of school operations including administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, support staff, clerical staff, custodian or maintenance, bus drivers/bus monitors.
  • Have current work ID. A badge with a minimum of the school’s name and the employee’s first name and photo will be required for vaccination at a POD. (Pay stub or letter from employer and ID will also be accepted when no workplace badge is available.)
  • Staff MUST provide the full name of their school or organization in the "Affiliated Organization" field in the PrepMod registration signup
  • Only individuals who meet the above requirements and show corresponding identification will be allowed entry to a POD.

East Providence EMA will also begin vaccinating East Providence residents who are living in congregate living facilities on March 16, March 20, March 23 and March 26. These residents will receive the vaccine without having to leave their own living facility. Residents will be contacted be their property owner/manager who will work with residents to schedule their appointments.The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will be administered at these PODs and at the congregate living facilities. Information on the Pfizer vaccine may be found here.

FEBRUARY 26, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE

The City of East Providence has scheduled all available vaccine appointments as of today. The City is currently awaiting another allocation of the COVID-19 Vaccine from the state. Once received, the City will schedule additional Vaccine Clinics and notify residents here on this website, via CODERED calls and via our newsletter.

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE: 

The City of East Providence is currently booking available appointments for upcoming East Providence COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics. This clinic is open for East Providence residents aged 65 years or older only. 

FEBRUARY 19, 2021 VACCINE UPDATE: 

The City of East Providence is currently booking available appointments for upcoming East Providence COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics. This clinic is open for East Providence residents aged 75 years or older only. We have increased the number of vaccination dates from three to four, based on additional doses received from the state.

Residents may schedule their vaccine using the link or by calling the hotline. 

Scheduling your Vaccine by phone:

Anyone that preregistered here on the City's website, but did NOT provide an e-mail address, will receive a phone call to be scheduled for a vaccine. 

Anyone who would like to schedule a vaccine, but does not have access to a computer may callL

East Providence COVID-19 VACCINE HOTLINE: 401-533-9812

Scheduling your VACCINE via smartphone or computer:

East Providence residents 75 or older that are technologically able can register themselves for open appointments on one of the following clinic dates:

Monday, February 22, 2021:  SCHEDULE YOUR FEB 22 VACCINE BY CLICKING HERE  FULL - NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS 

Friday, February 26, 2021: SCHEDULE YOUR FEB 26 VACCINE BY CLICKING HERE FULL - NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS 

Monday, March 1, 2021: SCHEDULE YOUR MARCH 1 VACCINE BY CLICKING HERE FULL- NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS 

Monday, March 8, 2021: SCHEDULE YOUR MARCH 8 VACCINE BY CLICKING HERE FULL- NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS 

All VACCINATION CLINICS Managed by East Providence Emergency Management Agency

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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Anyone who registers that is not 75+ or a resident of East Providence will have their appointment cancelled. In the coming days, additional clinic dates will be added to this website.
  • Clinics will adhere to all COVID-19 safety guidelines and best practices. Upon arrival, individuals who enter the clinic will undergo medical screening and will be required to wear a mask. If residents are sick or in quarantine for COVID-19, they are encouraged to stay home and book a new appointment.

INFORMATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH A CONFIRMED APPOINTMENT:

  • Individuals should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before their appointment.
  • Individuals should bring a form of identification that provides proof of age and residency.
  • Please follow the signs for the clinic entrance and enter through the entrance doors.
  • Upon arrival, individuals who enter the clinic will undergo medical screening and will be required to wear a mask.
  • If individuals are sick or in quarantine for COVID-19, they are encouraged to stay home and book a new appointment.
  • The vaccination process will take about 30-40 minutes, which includes an observation period.
  • A clinic volunteer will work with you to book your second appointment while you wait during the post-vaccine observation.

Registering for Vaccination at a State-Run Site:

To register to be vaccinated at one of the State-Run sites, visit VaccinateRI.org. People who cannot register online can get help by calling the automated line at 844-930-1779.

Going forward, the state call center will be open on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. - 4  p.m.

Through both systems, an individual can either make a personal appointment or an appointment for someone else who is in the eligible age category

PHARMACY VACCINE REGISTRIES:

It will take some time for everyone who wants a vaccine to schedule appointments and be vaccinated. Please be patient. You WILL have an opportunity to receive a vaccine. 

In addition to registering on the City of East Providence COVID-19 Vaccine Registry above, you may also register at a variety of pharmacies or a state-run vaccination site. 

Some pharmacies including Walgreens and CVS have a registry in place. 

1. Visit CVS.com, use the CVS Pharmacy app or call 1-800-746-7287 to schedule a CVS Pharmacy COVID-19 vaccine. 

2. Visit Walgreens.com/ScheduleVaccine or call your local Walgreens pharmacy to book an appoint for a Walgreens COVID-19 vaccine. (Beginning February 7, 2021)

Unable to leave your home for a vaccine:

If you are unable to leave your home to receive vaccine, or if you care for someone who can’t leave home, complete the form at bit.ly/homeboundvax to let the Department of Health know. If you need help completing this form, call the Rhode Island Healthy Aging Help Desk (Point) at 401-462-4444. We will do everything we can to get a vaccine to you. 

For residents 65 or older:

Starting Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, free COVID-19 vaccinations are available to adults, age 65 or older, at two new sites:

• 100 Sockanosset Cross Road, Cranston

• Dunkin’ Donuts Center, 1 LaSalle Square, Providence

You need an appointment to be vaccinated. Sign up for an appointment at vaccinateri.org. To register by phone, call 1-844-930-1779.

Interested in volunteering during the COVID-19 PANDEMIC? 

Simply fill out this survey information and you'll be contacted to volunteer for a number of different services. 

 

WHAT IS COVID-19:

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus strain that has only spread in people since December 2019. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fever or chills, Muscle or body aches, Sore throat, Headache, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea, Runny nose or stuffy nose, Fatigue, Recent loss of taste or smell. Children have similar symptoms to adults and generally have mild illness.This list is not all inclusive.

PREVENTION:

To prevent infection with COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends frequent handwashing with soap and warm water; coughing and sneezing into your elbow or a tissue; avoid touching mouth, nose, and eyes; and if you are sick, stay at home.

TESTING:

As of April 1, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms should be tested. People who think they have COVID-19 should call their healthcare provider. These people should NOT go directly to a healthcare facility without calling a healthcare provider (unless they are experiencing a medical emergency).

VACCINES:

Rhode Island Dept. of Heatlh COVID-19 VACCINE INFORMATION

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is planning for the distribution of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines in Rhode Island. To inform this planning, RIDOH is considering national guidance and recommendations from the COVID-19 Vaccine Subcommittee. Please use the sections below to learn about Rhode Island’s timeline, signing up for vaccine, what happens at and after vaccination appointments, how Rhode Island is distributing vaccine, vaccine resources from the CDC, and Rhode Island’s COVID-19 Vaccine Subcommittee.

 

COVID-19 VACCINE REGISTRATION

(EAST PROVIDENCE RESIDENTS ONLY PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM TO REGISTER):

 

OR you may also click here to FILL OUT THE VACCINE  REGISTRATION FORM if you would like to register for a COVID-19 Vaccine. This registry is for EAST PROVIDENCE residents only. We ask that you continue to remain patient as the City begins its rollout.

Rhode Island on Pause: November 30th through December 13th. The Pause is intended to reduce community transmission of COVID-19 by dialing down overall mobility and reducing social gatherings. These reductions are key to stemming Rhode Island’s recent increase in cases and hospitalizations over the winter months. Unless specifically indicated via Executive Order, all Phase III restrictions and guidance will carry forward through the Pause. All Phase III guidance continues to be available on www.ReopeningRI.com. Individuals and business owners are encouraged to review the latest community and industry-specific guidance documents online. Please see RI Pause Guidelines below. Reopening RI - Required protocols and guidance:

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