COVID-19 Resources

Thank you to everyone for continuing to social distance and take safety precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Please do not hesitate to reach out to my office at any time, especially if you have unemployment-related issues or vaccination issues. 

Maria.Robinson@mahouse.gov or 617-722-2140 (wait to listen to the message and then press 3).

The best place to find the most recent updates is my Facebook page.

The city's informational phone line is live at (508) 532-5411. I am meeting daily with the mayor and her leadership team.

COVID-19 VACCINE

The COVID-19 vaccine is free. You don't need an ID or insurance to get it.


People age 12+ who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can get vaccinated against COVID-19

People ages 12-17 can receive the Pfizer vaccine. People age 18 and older can receive any vaccine. 

Vaccine safety
Vaccine FAQs

Where do I get vaccinated?

You can check out the MA Vaxfinder website or check out Vaccine Time on Twitter where they post when appointments become available at individual sites. 

How do I prepare for my appointment?

-Your vaccination location may list an ID or insurance card as necessary, however, that only applies to people who have them. You can still receive the COVID-19 vaccine without insurance or an ID. 

-Wear a vaccine-friendly outfit. You will be administered the vaccine in your upper arm and will need to be able to expose your arm.

-There's a 15 minute wait period after you get your vaccine for observation purposes so plan your time accordingly.

For more information, check out the How to Prepare For My COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment guide. 

What if I or someone I know can't leave their home to get the vaccine? 

The state has a program for individuals who require in-home vaccinations because they are unable to get to a vaccine location. Full details can be found on the COVID-19 Homebound Vaccination Program page.

Additional questions? Check out the main COVID-19 Vaccine page. 

FRAMINGHAM COVID-19 TESTING SITES

FREE COVID-19 TESTING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY,
SPONSORED BY THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, PROJECT BEACON - OPEN TO ALL RESIDENTS OF MASSACHUSETTS


-You don’t need to have any symptom(s)
-Testing is free, and no health insurance is required
-Project Beacon uses virus testing, also called “PCR" testing. This test tells you if you currently have COVID-19. PCR tests are conducted by nasal swab, oral swab, or saliva sample. Both Framingham sites are using a nasal swab to conduct testing.  
-Test results can be used for travel purposes


ST. TARCISIUS PARISH (FATHER MASCHI PARISH CENTER, LOCATED BEHIND THE PARISH)


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Location: Saint Tarcisius Parish - 562 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA 01702, testing site is located indoors at the Father Maschi Parish Center, behind the parish
Hours: Monday and Thursday: 3-7 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Eligibility: Open to all Massachusetts residents over the age of 12 months old; symptomatic and asymptomatic
Appointment: Testing is by appointment only. Make an appointment here:
https://app.beacontesting.com/login
Format: Indoor testing (no vehicle required) at the Father Maschi Parish Center, pedestrian access only
Limited parking is available at: 562 Waverly Street. Enter on Waverly Ct. 
Public Transportation: Framingham Commuter Rail at 417 Waverly St, Framingham, MA 01702 and Framingham MBTA Station (Stop ID: F02)
Cost: FREE; no insurance required
Test Results: Results will be available within 1-3 (business) days after test administration


 

123 MAPLE STREET, FRAMINGHAM STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUTER LOT


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Para visualizar essas informações em Português, clique
aqui.

Location: 123 Maple Street, Framingham, MA 01702 at the Framingham State University Commuter Parking Lot 
Scheduling an appointment: Please register online at https://app.beacontesting.com/login to see available appointment slots. (NO WALK-INS)
Eligibility: Open to everyone; symptomatic and asymptomatic
Format: Drive-through only
Cost: FREE; no health insurance required 
Test Results: Results will be available within 1-3 (business) days after test administration

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Constituent Services

We are helping people with a wide range of issues. If you need assistance with anything, please reach out and we will connect you with resources.

A common issue we can help with is unemployment. For those, please call or email the office and provide your name, address, email, phone number, last four digits of SSN, and claimant ID # (can be found on mail from DUA or on the online portal about halfway down on the righthand side after you login).

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City and Federal Resources

The city is Framingham is regularly updating its webpage here

Congresswoman Katherine Clark is providing updates here.

MORE STATE RESOURCES
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