Vaccine Information

Need help or have questions about COVID-19 vaccination?

If you need help scheduling a vaccination, come by the Library or call us at 401-455-8000

Updated: 4/5/2021

Currently RI residents ages 50+ and RI residents with specific underlying health conditions ages 16+ are eligible for vaccine appointments. See this up-to-date list of eligible groups on the RIDOH website.

The City of Providence is also booking appointments for residents 50 and older, as well as residents 18 and older in the hard hit zip codes of 02904, 02905, 02907, 02908 and 02909.

CVS and Walgreens may have appointments available. Visit the CVS website or call (800) 746-7287. Visit the Walgreens website or call your local Walgreens pharmacy.

Homebound Individuals

Individuals unable to leave their home can request a vaccination by filling out an In-Home Vaccination form. Call the Rhode Island Healthy Aging Help Desk at (401) 462-4444 for help with completing the form.

COVID-19 Town Hall

On Wednesday March 24, 2021, Providence Public Library and Watertown Free Public Library hosted a virtual Town Hall-style event with Brown University’s Dr. Philip A Chan and Mass General’s Dr. Robin Schoenthaler.

View the video:

Sign Up to Get Notified When You're Eligible to Get Vaccinated

You can sign up for both lists, but please do not make multiple appointments.