Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative Launches Vaccine Clinics for Ages 5 - 11

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The Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative, a group of 9 cities and towns led by the City of Amesbury, launched new vaccine clinics to help vaccinate kids age 5 - 11 after the CDC gave authorization earlier this month. 

Pfizer Clinic for ages 5 - 11 ONLY
West Newbury Town Office Building Annex, 381 Main Street, West Newbury
Parking available in front and rear of the building, enter through door B-3.

Earlier this year, the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative held successful vaccine clinics and administered nearly 30,000 doses. As of now, more than 10,000 Amesbury residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. See all COVID-19 and vaccination stats for Amesbury.

a chart of vaccinations for amesbury residents by age

Everyone age 5 and older can utilize www.vaxfinder.mass.gov to secure a vaccine appointment.

There are three vaccines currently available - Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson - all have been approved by the FDA.

  • 1st and 2nd Doses - Adults
    All vaccines are available to adults age 18 and older. 
  • 1st and 2nd Doses - Ages 5 - 17
    Anyone age 16 and older can receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. Those age 5 - 11 can only receive the Pfizer vaccine.
  • Booster Shots
    Boosters are currently available to those who have already received their 1st and 2nd doses AND who meet the below criteria. Please note that regardless of which vaccine you got for your 1st and 2nd doses, you may receive any vaccine for your booster (so long as you received your 2nd dose at least 2 months ago).
    • Are immunocompromised
    • Age 65 and older
    • Age 18 and older who live in long-term care settings
    • Age 18 and older who have underlying medical conditions
    • Age 18 and older who live or work in a high-risk setting

      Learn more about booster eligibility.

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a pharmacist draws a vial of vaccine at a previous vaccine clinic