COVID-19 Vaccination

For the best protection against COVID-19, stay up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines. This means getting the most current COVID-19 vaccine, when you are eligible. All people ages 6 months and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. 

For COVID-19 vaccine recommendations by age, please see this CDC web page. For COVID-19 vaccine recommendations for people who have weakened immune systems, please see this CDC web page

The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends the updated 2023 – 2024 COVID-19 vaccine (monovalent XBB.1.5 containing vaccine) for all persons 6 months of age or older.  

Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

COVID-19 vaccines are available at the places where you normally get your vaccines, like doctors’ offices and pharmacies. Call your healthcare provider to see if they are providing COVID-19 vaccine.  

Use Vaccines.Gov to find COVID-19 vaccines near you. You can search by location and by vaccine type.

You can get no-cost COVID-19 vaccines at healthcare providers, federally supported health centers, and retail pharmacy chains participating in the Bridge Access Program. You will be able to visit to find providers that offer no-cost COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program. 

At-Home Vaccination is available If you are unable to leave your home.

Community Clinics

Updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine will be available at school and community clinics throughout the state. These clinics will be held in the late afternoon and evening at schools and are open to the entire community. Please register for either COVID-19 vaccine (available at these clinics for people ages 5 and older), flu vaccine (available at these clinics to people ages 3 and older), or both vaccines.

  • It is safe to receive both vaccines at the same visit.
  • No insurance required
  • No cost for vaccination
  • People can get the 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine even if they have not received a COVID-19 vaccine in the past. 

People who have already registered for a flu vaccine at a daytime or evening clinic who wish to add a COVID-19 vaccine may complete the online COVID-19 vaccine consent form through the registration system and both vaccines will be given at the same appointment. Pre-registration is required to guarantee an appointment. Any available timeslot can be selected as a placeholder. Walk-ins will be accepted on a limited basis, as resources allow.

Vaccine Record Lookup

Get a digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccine record on your phone by downloading the 401Health App.

Rhode Islanders can get a digital copy of their vaccination card with a QR code on it. When you travel to other states and countries or go to businesses or venues that require proof of vaccination, you can show your record with your QR code. The QR code can be scanned and will prove that your record is authentic. To get this digital record, download the 401Health app. In the app, select “My COVID-19 Vaccine Record.” Next, select “Add a COVID-19 Vaccination Record.” Follow the prompts to download your record.  

You can also get a copy of your record through

From this website, you can search for and print proof of your COVID-19 vaccination. Please note that only people who have received their COVID-19 vaccination in Rhode Island will be able to look up their vaccination record online.  

If you can’t find your record, or if you live in Rhode Island but were vaccinated outside of Rhode Island, please complete and submit an Immunization Record Correction Form.

If you need to correct anything in your vaccination record, please fill out and submit the RICAIR COVID-19 Immunization Record Correction Request Form.

Information for People Who Are Unable to Leave Their Home for Vaccine

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:  

  • 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 [email protected] or call them at 508-944-7722.  

  • 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. 

Transportation to Vaccination Appointments

Many vaccination sites across the state are accessible by public transportation. To view transportation routes and any possible walking distances, visit and enter your travel information into RIPTA’s Trip Planner on the homepage. If you need help or cannot visit the website, call RIPTA’s Customer Service team at 401-781-9400.

Anyone enrolled in Medicaid or older than 60 can use the Non-Emergency Medical Transport Service provided by MTM. Transportation can be booked online at or by calling MTM at 855-330-9131 (TTY: 711) at least two business days before the appointment.

Requesting a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Community partners who are interested in hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic may contact the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) Office of Immunization at [email protected]. We will provide a list of mass immunizers with whom you can work to host a vaccination clinic. This is similar to how we support flu vaccination clinics. This change is part of RIDOH's transition to traditional partners and settings for COVID-19 vaccination.