Covid-19 Information

Covid-19 Boosters Vaccinations:

We have added an additional Moderna Covid-19 Booster Date:
Thursday, December 9th from 9 am to noon.

Click here to register for Dec.9th Covid-19 Booster Clinic

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts recommends and allows all adults 18+ who have completed an initial Covid-19 vaccine series to receive a Covid-19 booster vaccine.

As allowing all adults to have boosters is new, if you are registering and there is a question asking you why you qualify, answer “yes” to the question about whether you work in a setting requiring you to be vaccinated.
They will be updating the registration platform soon.

Please bring your vaccination card. If you need a new card and you were vaccinated by Whitman Fire, please call 781-618-9778 or email

If you need help with your registration or you don’t have a computer, please call the number above and leave a clear message.

Masks must be worn at the vaccination site.

* Call 911 if you have a medical emergency. 

If you are unwell but it is not an emergency, please consult with a physician / medical professional.Your personal physician knows you best and information on this page is not to be substituted for consultation with your physician. 

Covid-19 Questions and Answers:

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Covid-19 Booster Q & A: 

Q. Am I eligible for a Covid-19 booster vaccination?

  • As of 11/18/2021, all adults 18+ in Massachusetts who have received all the initial doses in their vaccine series (2 doses of Pfizer of Moderna, 1 dose of Johnson & Johnson) are eligible for a Covid-19 booster of their choosing. You may chose whichever booster type with which you are comfortable. It is fine to mix and match for the booster.

Q. I received the one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Now what?

  • The CDC strongly recommends that you get a booster vaccine. This may either be another dose of J& J, or you may get the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. The choice is up to you. You are eligible any time 2 months and after your initial Johnson and Johnson vaccine. It is strongly recommended by the CDC that you get a booster if you got the J & J vaccine.
  • You may read more about the Covid-19 booster vaccines here:

Q. What date am I eligible for a Covid-19 booster?

  • You may go to the link below and it will help you determine when you are eligible for a booster.(Note: It is NOT necessary to sign into Google to use this tool. The sign-in is only if you want to save your data.)

Q. What is the difference between a third dose and a booster?

Q. Do I have to get the same brand (Moderna, Pfizer, J & J) of booster that I had for my original series of Covid-19 vaccinations?

Q. Am I considered fully vaccinated if I choose not to get a Covid-19 booster?

  • Yes, you are considered fully vaccinated 2 weeks after the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine or 2 weeks after the 1 dose of Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine.

Q. Am I going to need a booster vaccine every year or, possibly, even sooner?

Vaccine Card Q & A:                 cdc-vaccine-card image

Q: Do I need to bring my Covid-19 vaccine card to my booster appointment.

  • Yes.

Q. I lost my card or I laminated my card. Now what?

Finding a Covid-19 Vaccine or Booster

Q. Where can I go to get a Covid-19 vaccination or booster?

  • You can go to your physician's office or any local pharmacy. it is recommended that  you make an appointment first to be sure they have availability and they type of vaccine you want to receive.
  • You go to the website below to find a location:
  • You can call 211 for assistance finding a vaccine.
  • You can check the green box at the top of the page to see if Whitman Fire / WEMA is currently running clinics.

The Board of Health continues to monitor the local, national and global situation of coronavirus and is prepared to support our community.

Residents are encouraged to sign up to receive local information about COVID-19 from the following sources:

Local Hospital Information

Signature Healthcare - Brockton Hospital

South Shore Hospital - COVID-19

Good Samaritan Medical Center


Helpful Links:
Information regarding variants
COVID-19 Essential DPH Mask Requirements

 Covid Dashboard

MDPH 24- hour Emergency Hotline: 617-983-6800

Massachusetts Emergency line:  Dial 211