COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccination Update (04/12/2021)

Residents age 40+ and residents age 16+ with underlying health conditions are eligible to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Vaccination appointments can be scheduled at State-Run Vaccination Sites and Regional Vaccination Sites by visiting  vaccinateRI.org or through Select Local Pharmacies.

The Town of Bristol is partnering with the Rhode Island Department of Health to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine to local residents in a safe, efficient manner.

As more information becomes available, the Town will be providing key updates on this page.


Five Ways To Get Vaccinated

01

State-Run Vaccination Sites

40+
16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions

02

Select Local Pharmacies

40+
16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions
Teachers K-12, Daycare and Preschool Workers, and Staff*

03

In-Home Vaccinations

Homebound Residents Only

05

Regional Vaccination Sites

40+
16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions


Learn more about the five vaccination distribution channels below.


What is an eligible Underlying Health Condition for the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Vaccination for those 16 to 64 with underlying health conditions began March 12th. Look here for eligible health conditions.


How do I register for a vaccination appointment?

01

State-Run Vaccination Sites

By appointments only. Currently scheduling for 40+ and 16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions.

  • When: Vaccination appointments can now be scheduled online or by phone.
  • Where: The State will be offering vaccinations by appointment only. Parking information and directions for the locations can be found here.
    • Locations:
      • 100 Sockanosset Cross Road, Cranston RI 02920
      • Dunkin Donuts Center, 1 La Salle Square, Providence, RI 02903
      • 1400 West Main Road, Middletown RI, 02842
      • 1500 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket, RI 02895
      • 132 Fairgrounds Road, West Kingston, RI 02892 
  • How to Schedule: Eligible Rhode Islanders can sign up for appointments online and over the phone in English and Spanish. A person can schedule and consent to vaccination, in-person or by phone, for another person with verbal approval.
    • Online – Please visit www.vaccinateri.org/.
    • By Phone – The automated phone number is 844-930-1779. To schedule your appointment with a live representative, the call center is open on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed on holidays).

Please Note: Residents who are eligible to receive the vaccine under the State’s current phase will be able to sign up for appointments. Appointments for the State-Run Vaccination Sites will be on a first-come first-served basis. Rhode Islanders can not walk in without an appointment and get vaccinated.

As supply allows, new COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the State-run vaccination sites will be made available at the following times:  

  • Beginning at approximately 9 a.m. on Tuesdays
  • Beginning at approximately 5 p.m. on Fridays
Schedule COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment

Residents age 40+ can begin scheduling their vaccination appointments on 04/12/2021.

Vaccine Notification Interest List

If you are not yet eligible for vaccine, you can sign up at portal.ri.gov to be added to the vaccine interest notification list. If you need help being added to the vaccine interest notification list, call the automated phone line at 844-930-1779.


02

Select Local Pharmacies

By appointments only. Currently scheduling for 40+, 16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions, Teachers K-12, Daycare and Preschool Workers, and Staff*


03

In-Home Vaccinations

Homebound Residents Only

On Thursday, February 18th, 2021, the State of Rhode Island launched a survey tool to collect information from homebound individuals who are seeking in-home COVID-19 vaccinations.

If you are unable to leave home to receive COVID-19 vaccination, or are the healthcare provider or family caregiver of someone who is homebound, please inform RIDOH through the following form: bit.ly/homeboundvax.

In-home vaccination appointments are expected to be scheduled beginning the week of March 1st, 2021.


04

Hospitals

40+, 16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions

Lifespan and Care New England have received a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine to administer to patients according to Rhode Island Department of Health eligibility criteria. Lifespan and Care New England are providing COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment only and will not take any walk-ins at the clinic.


05

Regional Vaccination Sites

By appointments only. Currently scheduling for 40+ and 16+ w/ Underlying Health Conditions.

  • When: Vaccination appointments can now be scheduled online or by phone.
  • Where: The State will be offering vaccinations by appointment only at the following sites.
    • Locations:
      • Johnston Recreation Center, 1741 Atwood Ave., Johnston, RI 02919
      • Westerly Senior Citizens Center, 39 State St., Westerly RI, 02891
      • East Providence Senior Center, 610 Waterman Ave., East Providence, RI 02914
  • How to Schedule: Eligible Rhode Islanders can sign up for appointments online and over the phone in English and Spanish. A person can schedule and consent to vaccination, in-person or by phone, for another person with verbal approval.
    • Online – Please visit www.vaccinateri.org/.
    • By Phone – The automated phone number is 844-930-1779. To schedule your appointment with a live representative, the call center is open on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and weekends from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed on holidays).
Schedule COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment

Residents age 40+ can begin scheduling their vaccination appointments on 04/12/2021.

Vaccine Notification Interest List

If you are not yet eligible for vaccine, you can sign up at portal.ri.gov to be added to the vaccine interest notification list. If you need help being added to the vaccine interest notification list, call the automated phone line at 844-930-1779.



News & Announcements


When will I be eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Bristol will be following the Rhode Island Department of Health’s distribution guidelines.


Rhode Island Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Information