Cape Cod COVID-19 Information

This page contains all the information you need to know about the Coronavirus on Cape Cod and the Islands. Whether there are new testing sites, case numbers or vaccine information, you can find it below for locations across the Cape and Islands.

The state has announced a new  COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Resource Line for adults 75 and older that can be accessed by dialing 2-1-1, Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Click for respective town information:

Barnstable County Covid-19 Help Line:
774-330-3001
Open 8am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday

Sign up for the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment’s email list to receive messages on upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinics:

Barnstable County COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Information
For more on Cape Cod COVID-19 Info, click here.

Map Legend:

  • Red star: Mass Vaccination Sites (high volume, large venue sites)
  • Green star: General Vaccination Sites (healthcare locations)
  • Blue star: General Vaccination Sites (pharmacy/grocery locations)
  • Yellow star: Local Vaccination Sites (open to select cities/towns)

Vaccination sites and locations can also be found through the clinic search site.

The Latest on COVID-19

  • Biden, Dems Prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T Virus Relief Bill March 7, 2021 - WASHINGTON (AP) — An exhausted Senate has narrowly approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. The vote gives President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies a victory that they say is crucial for hoisting the country out of the pandemic and economic doldrums. Final passage came after the Senate voted all night on a series […]
  • State Provides Nearly $40 Million in Additional Business Grants March 6, 2021 - BOSTON – Nearly $40 million has been awarded to over 1,000 Massachusetts businesses by the state in their latest grant distribution round. With this latest round of funding, the state has now provided over $602 million in coronavirus-related financial support to more than 13,000 businesses in Massachusetts. Food and drink establishments, personal services, and independent […]
  • Senator Moran Pleased by Educator Vaccination Efforts March 6, 2021 - HYANNIS – Plymouth/Barnstable State Senator Susan Moran (D-Falmouth) said she was pleased by recent efforts to get educators and school staff vaccinated across the Cape Cod and Islands region and state at large. K-12 educators, childcare workers and K-12 school staff will be eligible to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointments beginning on March 11, according […]
  • When Will Children Be Able to Get COVID-19 Vaccines? March 5, 2021 - NEW YORK (AP)-When children can get COVID-19 vaccines will depend on their age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before long. The Pfizer vaccine already is cleared for use starting at age 16. That means some high schoolers could get their shots whenever they become eligible in their area, either because of […]
  • By Slimmest of Margins, Senate Takes Up $1.9T Relief Bill March 5, 2021 - WASHINGTON (AP)-The Senate has voted by the slimmest of margins to begin debating a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Democrats have made eleventh-hour changes in the measure aimed at ensuring they can pull President Joe Biden’s top legislative priority through the precariously divided chamber. Democrats hope for Senate approval of the package before next week. […]
  • J&J Vaccine Expected to Help Increase Inoculations on Cape Cod March 5, 2021 - HYANNIS – The Cape Cod Response Task Force said that the recently-approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine will have a big impact on the efforts to quickly and efficiently inoculate individuals across the region. “We now have a third and crucial tool in our vaccination toolkit with the FDA emergency authorization of the Johnson & […]
  • Nantucket Cottage Hospital Opening Vaccine Appointments March 5, 2021 - NANTUCKET – Nantucket Cottage Hospital has announced that COVID-19 vaccine appointments at the Nantucket VFW clinic will be open for self-scheduling on Saturday, March 6 at 10 am. The appointments are for clinics happening the week of March 8. Currently, the state is in Phase 2 of its vaccine distribution plan, which includes those 65 […]
  • Vaccine Site at Fenway Park Moving to Convention Center March 4, 2021 - BOSTON (AP) — The state-run coronavirus vaccination site at Fenway Park will close as the Boston Red Sox prepare for opening day of the new baseball season. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday that the mass vaccination operation will move to the nearby Hynes Convention Center later this month. Meanwhile, a limited number of new […]
  • Eager to Act, Biden and Democrats Leave Republicans Behind March 4, 2021 - WASHINGTON (AP)-President Joe Biden and Democrats in Congress are jamming their agenda forward with a sense of urgency. They’re taking an unapologetically partisan approach to advance the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 rescue, voting rights and other priorities. Their calculation is that it’s better to try to push ahead than risk wasting time courting Republican support that […]
  • Biden Stands By May Timeline for Vaccines for All US Adults March 4, 2021 - WASHINGTON (AP)-President Joe Biden says the U.S. expects to take delivery of enough coronavirus vaccine for all adults by the end of May–two months earlier than anticipated. He’s also pushing states to get at least one shot into the arms of teachers by the end of March to hasten school reopenings. White House adviser Andy […]
  • Educators and School Staff to Become Eligible for COVID Vaccine March 4, 2021 - HYANNIS – Governor Charlie Baker has announced that K-12 educators, childcare workers and K-12 school staff will be eligible to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointments beginning on March 11. They will join the other currently eligible groups, which includes those 65 and older and individuals with 2 or more of certain medical conditions, in being […]
  • Mashpee Selectmen Consider Outdoor Town Meeting March 4, 2021 - MASHPEE – Mashpee selectmen are looking at the possibility of moving upcoming elections and the Town Meeting. Town Manager Rodney Collins said the town council has advised the board that they are not able to move the town election date, but they can move the Town Meeting, and the matter of where both will be […]
  • Cape Cod Healthcare Stresses Responsibility After Vaccinations March 4, 2021 - HYANNIS – As some Cape Cod residents prepare to receive their first or second coronavirus vaccine doses, Cape Cod Healthcare is urging the public to remain responsible after they’ve been inoculated. Senior Vice President and Chief Quality Officer Kevin Mulroy reminded residents that there is currently not enough data to determine that those who have […]
  • Registration for 4C’s Vaccine Clinics Opens Friday March 4, 2021 - WEST BARNSTABLE-Registration for two indoor coronavirus vaccine clinics at Cape Cod Community College will open Friday, March 5 at noon. Eligible residents will be able to sign up for a slot at the clinics being held on Tuesday, March 9, or Thursday, March 11. Both clinics will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. […]
  • States Rapidly Expanding Vaccine Access as Supplies Surge March 3, 2021 - (AP)-Cities and states are rapidly expanding access to vaccines as the nation races to head off a resurgence in coronavirus infections and reopen schools and businesses battered by the pandemic. The efforts come as the federal government ramps up shipments, with President Joe Biden saying the U.S. should have enough shots for all adults by […]


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