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COVID-19 Updated Information

The state of Rhode Island has announced an endemic strategy for COVID-19 response. 
State-run COVID-19 community vaccination clinics and at-home vaccination services will be available through June 30, 2022. 

Read the states full press release here:

FDA approved COVID-19 self test kits are available at the Pawtucket City Hall Information Desk during normal business hours 
Federal programs are available to support access to COVID-19 testing for people without health insurance.
Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) for COVID-19CDC’s ICATT program can help you find where to get a free COVID-19 laboratory test whether or not you have insurance.
Test To Treat Program: Through this program, people are able to get tested and – if they’re positive and treatments are appropriate for them – get a prescription from a healthcare provider, and have their prescription filled all at one location.
Test to Treat locator is available to help find participating sites.
A call center is also available at 1-800-232-0233 to get help in more than 150 other languages – 8 am to midnight, 7 days a week. 
COVID-19 vaccines are authorized and recommended for everyone age 6 months and older. For the best protection against COVID-19, stay up to date with your vaccines. This means getting all recommended doses of COVID-19, including boosters when eligible.

As part of the State’s endemic strategy for COVID-19, vaccination will transition from State-supported vaccination sites to traditional partners and settings on July 1. If there is an increase in demand for COVID-19 vaccine that Rhode Island's long-standing, traditional health care infrastructure cannot support, the State is prepared to re-engage State-supported vaccination sites. COVID-19 vaccines will continue to be offered at no out-of-pocket cost to Rhode Islanders.

Healthcare services, including COVID-19 vaccines, are available to people without health insurance at:

WTL Health Clinic (Pawtucket)
Blackstone Valley Community Health Care (Pawtucket)
Rhode Island Free Clinic (Providence)
Clinica Esperanza (Providence)



 At Home Vaccination Information:

Beginning July 1, there is a new process to request an at-home vaccination. People who are unable to leave their home for vaccine have the following options:   Home Health Providers: Please contact your home health provider to see if they are offering vaccine.   Through the following vaccine providers:  Please note that patients cannot be charged for a COVID-19 vaccine when vaccination is the only service provided. However, some at-home vaccination providers may charge insurance providers for administering, or giving you, the vaccine. A provider may ask you for your insurance information so they can charge your insurance an administration fee. You do not need insurance to get an at-home vaccination.  

  • Alert Ambulance: Alert Ambulance can provide at-home vaccination throughout Rhode Island. To request an at-home vaccination through Alert Ambulance, you can email them at or call them at 508-944-7722.  
  • Purple Shield Medical: Purple Shield can provide at-home vaccination throughout Rhode Island. To request an at-home vaccination by Purple Shield, please call 401-384-7752.  
  • Bristol Emergency Medical Services: Residents of Bristol, Rhode Island can request at-home vaccination through Bristol EMS. Residents should contact Bristol EMS at: 401-253-6912. Please note that this service is only available to Bristol residents.  
  • Cumberland Emergency Medical Services: Residents of Cumberland, Rhode Island can request at-home vaccination through Cumberland EMS. Residents should contact Cumberland EMS at: 401-334-3090 extension 3. Please note that this service is only available to Cumberland residents. 




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