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: 4/20/2021

Currently anyone 16 and older is eligible for a vaccine appointment. See this up-to-date list of eligible groups on the RIDOH website. People ages 16 – 17 must sign up for Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

The City of Providence is also booking appointments for residents 16 and older.

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.