Important Update Regarding Devens Vaccine Clinic

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Town of Littleton News
Littleton Town Offices  •  37 Shattuck St  •  Littleton, MA 01460


The Executive Office of Health and Human Service sent a letter to Board of Health on 2/17/21 updating the Boards on the status of the State vaccination plan. The letter informs local Boards of Health that as of March 1st they will no longer receive vaccine to provide first doses to their residents; they can receive second doses to complete the vaccination series for those they have already given their first dose.

As a result of the changes made by the State the local clinics being held at Devens will be suspended as of March 1st. The Boards of Health will conduct clinics at Devens to administer 2nd doses after March 1st and only for those who received their first dose at one of the Devens clinics; those individuals who have received a first dose at one of our clinics will be contacted for their second dose.

If you are still waiting to receive the COVID-19 vaccine please visit as this site will provide you with available appointments near you.

If you need additional assistance please contact Littleton’s Department of Elder and Human Services by phone at 978-540-2470.

The Town of Littleton continues to advocate on your behalf. As stated by Anthony Ansaldi, Littleton’s Town Administrator during a CBS interview, “Local government has been resilient and really stood up to the task, so when the governor asks us to pivot and if he asks us to pivot and be ready to administer vaccines on a local level, I’m sure that we will all stand up and meet that call.”

While your local officials continue to advocate to establish a potential regional vaccination site please look into other options as the fate of a regional clinic is uncertain at this time.  



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