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City of Springfield Department of Health and Human Services to Offer COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at St. John’s Congregational Church

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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Health and Human Services (HHS) Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris announced today that the Department of Health and Human Services will offer the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot for residents at St. John’s Congregational Church, 45 Hancock Street, Springfield, MA, on Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Residents can register for an appointment to receive their Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster shot, and/or their 1st or 2nd COVID-19 vaccine shot at the link below (walk-ins are welcomed too):


Mayor Sarno states, “I want to thank HHS Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris and her dedicated team for their efforts throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.  Commissioner Caulton-Harris and I are happy to be able to offer this life-saving vaccine to our residents.  I want to encourage all residents to get their vaccine and booster shot so that they can remain healthy and not suffer from the serious symptoms of COVID.”  

HHS Commissioner Caulton-Harris stated, “I want to thank Mayor Domenic Sarno for his continued and steadfast leadership in addressing the public health needs and challenges we have experienced throughout this COVID-19 pandemic.  I also want to thank St. John’s Congregational Church for hosting another COVID-19 vaccine clinic for our residents.  The Department of Health and Human Services is proud of the work, along with our partner agencies and organizations, to bring this vital and life-saving vaccine and booster shot to our residents.” 

For more information and locations for the COVID-19 vaccination clinics please visit the City of Springfield’s COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment webpage at: COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment and Clinics: City of Springfield, MA (   or

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