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 vaccine is free for all residents, with or without health insurance. 

The state’s 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:
Open 8am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday

The search site can be used to find vaccination sites with open appointments. Barnstable County-run clinics have transitioned to making appointments through the state’s preregistration system, and will no longer utilize the clinic search site.

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

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)

The Latest on COVID-19

  • FDA Approves Updated COVID Boosters for Fall September 12, 2023 - HYANNIS – Federal regulators have approved updated COVID boosters from Pfizer and Moderna as hospitalizations rise again across the U.S. It is part of a national shift towards treating fall updates to the COVID vaccine like a yearly flu shot, which medical experts say will help blunt a winter surge in cases. Vaccinations could begin […]
  • State Health Officials Outline Next Phase of COVID As Emergencies End May 10, 2023 - HYANNIS – With the National and State COVID emergency decorations ending Thursday, officials with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health outlined what will change for residents moving forward.  Commissioner Robert Goldstein said tools like vaccinations, at-home testing, and therapeutics have allowed the state to move into the next phase of COVID, which includes scaling back […]
  • COVID National, State Emergencies End May 11 May 5, 2023 - HYANNIS – Both coronavirus emergencies declared at the national and state levels will end on Thursday, May 11, and Cape Cod Healthcare officials have outlined what that means for local patients. Chief Medical Officer for the organization Dr. William Agel explained that the emergency expirations come as COVID-19’s impact on the nation has been on […]
  • COVID Booster Clinics for Outer Cape Communities March 15, 2023 - EASTHAM – Three walk-in COVID booster clinics will be hosted beginning Thursday for the Outer Cape community.  The first clinic runs from 3 to 5:30 pm Thursday at Eastham Town Hall.  Another will be held on Tuesday from 5 to 7 pm at the Wellfleet Methodist Church, with the last clinic Friday from noon to […]
  • Extra COVID SNAP Benefits to End March 2 March 2, 2023 - HYANNIS – Extra Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits provided by the federal government during the coronavirus pandemic are set to end Thursday, March 2. On that day, recipients will be given their final temporary bonus payments–which have been provided on top of their regular allotments. The Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance is advising residents that […]
  • Cape Cod Healthcare Lifts Most Visitation Restrictions March 2, 2023 - HYANNIS – Cape Cod Healthcare has lifted most of their visitation restrictions. Certain mandates had been in place at local hospitals due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the organization announced that inpatient visitors will be accepted from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Some exceptions to the updated rules remain in place. Up to two visitors […]
  • Community Health Center Providing Bivalent COVID Shots February 24, 2023 - MASHPEE – Bivalent coronavirus vaccine clinics are being hosted by Community Health Center. CHC’s offices in Bourne, Falmouth, and Mashpee will open their doors to residents 18 years old and above looking to receive the Moderna bivalent shot. The Falmouth clinic on Jones Road will be open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays […]
  • FEMA Offers $4.5M for COVID Testing for Mass. Daycare Sites February 21, 2023 - HYANNIS – Nearly $4.5 million are being provided to Massachusetts by the federal government for testing reimbursements during the coronavirus pandemic. Screenings for daycare facilities statewide will be funded through the money provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The Massachusetts Department of Early and Childhood Education and Care will be repaid for testing […]
  • Provincetown to Host Free COVID Vax Clinic Feb. 13 February 10, 2023 - PROVINCETOWN – A free coronavirus vaccination clinic will be held in Provincetown on Monday, February 13. Initial and booster doses will be provided in partnership with other health organizations on the Outer Cape with Outer Cape Community Solutions from 10 a.m. to noon at Provincetown Town Hall. Residents of all ages will be able to […]
  • President Biden to End COVID-19 Emergencies on May 11 January 30, 2023 - WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has informed Congress that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared. The move to end the national emergency and public health emergency declarations will formally […]
  • Wife of ‘American Horror Story’ Driver Sues Over COVID Death January 11, 2023 - BOSTON (AP) – The wife of a late Massachusetts man is suing the companies involved in the 2021 production of “American Horror Story” on Cape Cod. She alleges in the lawsuit filed last week in federal court in Boston that their lack of precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 led to his death. Patricia […]
  • Post-Holiday COVID Surge in Full Swing January 11, 2023 - HYANNIS – COVID cases are on the rise region wide with a post-holiday surge in full swing.  Barnstable County Public Health Nurse Wendy Judd said the latest CDC report places the region’s community transmission rate at High, prompting officials to require masks in federal buildings including the Cape Cod National Seashore and Woods Hole Science […]
  • White House Reveals Winter COVID Plans, More Free Tests December 15, 2022 - WASHINGTON (AP) – The Biden administration is again making some free COVID-19 tests available to all U.S. households as it unveils its contingency plans for potential coronavirus surges this winter. After a three-month hiatus, the administration is making four rapid virus tests available through the website starting Thursday. A senior Biden administration official discussed […]
  • State Distributing 3.5 Million Free COVID Tests December 14, 2022 - HYANNIS – Governor Charlie Baker has announced plans to distribute 3.5 million free at-home COVID-19 tests and personal protective equipment to towns and organizations across the region.  Municipalities can request to receive tests, KN95 masks, and other transmission-reducing supplies through the state with the arrival of winter. “Over the past several years, we have partnered […]
  • Cape Cod Hospital Gets Federal Aid for COVID Testing December 14, 2022 - HYANNIS – Cape Cod Hospital will be receiving federal funding for reimbursements of coronavirus testing expenditures. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will send close to $2.2 million to healthcare system to cover costs for products, such as nearly 250,000 test kits purchased between October and December of 2021. The kits were bought from a variety […]
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