COVID-19 Vaccine Information - Cape Cod Healthcare

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Schedule a COVID-19 Test

Appointments for drive-through testing at Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital can be self-scheduled online through our MyChart patient portal.

Schedule a Test

Simply log in to your MyChart account (or create one if new), answer a short questionnaire, and you will be able to select a date and time for testing. See our MyChart Tip Sheet [PDF] for helpful scheduling steps.

If you are unable to schedule online, please call:

508-534-7103

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    Helpful resources to find and schedule a vaccine appointment

    • Vaxfinder.mass.gov lists vaccine clinics available in Barnstable County and across the state.
    • Residents 75 and older who are unable to access the internet or use the state vaccine website can call the state's dedicated COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Line by dialing 2-1-1 and selecting the prompt for "Help Scheduling a Vaccine Appointment.” Phone support is provided in English and Spanish, and additional translation services are available.
    • Contact the Barnstable County COVID-19 Helpline at 774-330-3001 for general questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines, testing and more. While the Helpline is no longer staffed by live personnel, you can leave a message a BCDHE staff member will return your call. Additionally, the County has listed the most commonly asked questions that have been received on this helpline and the corresponding answers on their Vaccine Q&A page.
    • Learn more from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about preparing for your COVID-19 vaccination, including information about the different types of COVID-19 vaccines and how they work. Additionally, get tips on possible side effects after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

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