Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) information and resources
We have administered more than 440,000 total doses of COVID-19 vaccines. Over the next month, we will be reducing our vaccine clinics. Online vaccine appointment scheduling is still available at select locations. You can also find our community vans that offer free COVID-19 vaccines on select days and times; no appointment needed.
If you're not feeling well, we recommend you contact your primary care provider, call our nurse hotline, or use our online care services, and when appropriate, seek COVID-19 testing.
If you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, testing is an important way to protect your family, friends, and community.
The COVID-19 virus can spread easily. Learn more what the symptoms are and methods for prevention.
If you have an in-person office appointment coming up, please review information on what to expect and do before and the day of your appointment.
Most Mass General Brigham hospitals can welcome visitors on a limited basis. Please read our visitor policy before arriving at our facilities.
Safe Care Commitment
To everyone who needs us now, come get the care you deserve. Our Safe Care Commitment is in effect across our system to provide the safest possible environment for our patients, visitors and staff.
We screen to protect you, your families, and our staff
We clean our hands and spaces and make it easy for you to do the same
We protect everyone in our environment
How to help
As a result of COVID-19, many blood drives were canceled, and there is a critical shortage. Donating blood is an essential activity during this challenging time. It is a safe process with many precautions in place to take care of both donors and staff.
If you're healthy and feeling well, consider making an appointment to donate blood. You can find more information at the following institutions' websites:
Participate in research
Research studies related to COVID-19 are underway across Mass General Brigham. Some studies are seeking volunteers from the general public and health care workers.
We are currently accepting monetary donations for emergency response centrally at Mass General Brigham and at our hospitals and care providers: