Marlborough partners with Welly’s Restaurant for pop-up vaccine clinic


Marlborough partners with Welly’s Restaurant for pop-up vaccine clinic
Marlborough City Hall towers over downtown Marlborough. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Board of Health has partnered with Welly’s Restaurant to offer a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for community members.

The Board of Health is offering Moderna boosters, as well as shots to individuals for their first or second doses of the two-dose series. 

Individuals must have had their second dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine five months prior to receiving a booster. Individuals can also qualify if it has been at least two months since a single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. 

Participants receiving a vaccination are required to wait at least 15 minutes after their vaccine to monitor for adverse effects. Participants are asked to bring both their vaccine cards and insurance cards if they have them available. 

Participants will receive a free rapid antigen test kit, as well as 20% off of their food order.

The City of Marlborough is encouraging residents to pre-register, but the Board of Health is accepting walk-ins. 

The clinic will be held at 153 Main St. on Wednesday, Feb. 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Board of Health is requesting that participants wear a mask while attending the clinic.  

The city is also holding two additional booster clinics at City Hall on March 2 and March 9. Registration is required for both clinics. 


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