Testing and Vaccinations


Tests are available at CVS locations in Hingham, Weymouth, and Norwell; Walgreens locations in Weymouth and Rockland; and the CareWell Urgent Care Center in Norwell, among other places. 


Visit the Vaxfinder tool at vaxfinder.mass.gov for a full list of locations to receive a vaccine or booster. Residents can narrow results to search for locations that are offering boosters. Many locations will be booking appointments out weeks in advance.

For individuals who are unable to use Vaxfinder, or have difficulty accessing the internet, the COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line can help schedule appointments by calling 2-1-1 and following the prompts for assistance (Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday 9AM-2PM). The COVID-19 Vaccine Resource Line is available in English and Spanish and has translators available in approximately 100 additional languages.

Vaccines are widely available across the Commonwealth and are the best way to keep everyone safe, especially heading into the holiday season.

COVID-19 boosters are safe, effective, and free. Individuals do not need an ID or health insurance to access a booster, and do not need to show a vaccine card. Additional information on the COVID-booster, including FAQs, can be found at mass.gov/COVID19booster.

General Vaccine Information

The state COVID-19 website is the best place for the most up-to-date vaccine information  The Town of Hingham is referring all vaccine information requests to the Mass.gov information site.  

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions about Massachusetts’ planning and preparation for a COVID-19 vaccine

Please send any questions that cannot be answered on the state website to CovidQuestions@hingham-ma.gov. For those without access to email, please call 781-804-2292 and leave a message and a member of our staff will return your call during business hours. Thank you.