COVID-19 Clinics in Pawtucket

 COVID-19 Clinics in Pawtucket
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These sites are operated by the City of Pawtucket: Walk-ins are welcome

6/23/21 5-8PM McCoy:

6/26/21 8:30AM-10:30AM McCoy:


 Other clinics through 3rd party providers:

Pawtucket YMCA Clinics: These clinics are open to Pawtucket residents. Walk-ins are welcome

June 26th (Pfizer):

Simpson’s Pharmacy Clinics:These clinics are for Pawtucket and Central Falls residents 16 and older and are available curbside for those who cannot enter the store. Walk-ins are welcome

More clinics coming soon.

Nardone Medical Associates:These clinics are constantly updated, please click on the link for available clinics. Walk-ins are welcome

Stop and Shop (368-398 Cottage St, Pawtucket, RI 02860): please click the link below to make a vaccine appointment under Pharmacy.Walk-ins are welcome

or call CTR 833-910-3590


Care New England- Please make an appointment


CVS Pharmacy

The CVS in Pawtucket is doing a walk in clinic for the Pfizer vaccination. It is of no cost to the recipient. Residents are asked to bring their insurance information if they have insurance unless they do not have insurance. Registration will be done on site as well scheduling for the follow up vaccination. We strongly recommend as a good option along with municipal and partner clinics for all Pawtucket residents who have not been able to get their vaccinations yet

State of Rhode Island in-home vaccination request form for those home-bound






Reopening Information

These are the updated guidelines that will be put into effect on the stated date as mandated by Governor McKee of Rhode Island.

Center for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 Information:

Three Important Ways to Slow the Spread:

  • Wear a mask to protect yourself and others and stop the spread of COVID-19
  • Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from others who don’t live with you
  • Avoid crowds. The more people you in contact with, the more likely you are to be exposed to COVID-19

For more CDC guidelines click here.

Click here for Rhode Island Department of Health guidelines and here for frequently asked questions on testing.



Click here for the RI Department of Health Self-Checker for COVID-19 symptoms or see the image below. If you have any symptoms please call 855-843-7620 to schedule a free COVID-19 test.



For Businesses

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, please see different opportunities for small business loans and grants here.

For questions regarding how the City may assist your business during the COVID 19 Emergency please contact us at or please call us at 728-0500 ext. 451.


Unemployment information

The IRS has additional important information to share on the changes in taxability of Unemployment Income effect on the tax return-some folks may want to amend to claim credits they did not claim. Please click here for more information.


BEAT COVID-19 Testing and Information

Click here for testing information or to get a test.

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