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Mondays: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Tuesday — Thursday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am to 12:30 pm
How to Reach Us
Covid-19 Vaccination Information
The Wayland Health Department has received 2nd doses of Moderna Vaccine for those individuals who have already received their first dose through the town. We have also received 1st dose vaccine for the Senior Affordable Housing/the Wayland Housing Authority. We are scheduling these appointments and will be holding a clinic on March 17th. Please note: at this time we do not expect any additional vaccine shipments except for those allocated to our homebound residents.
Community drive-thru flu vaccination clinics have concluded for this season.
Please make sure you register for an appointment to attend the clinic. If you are a Senior looking to get a flu vaccination you should register for an appointment at one of our Community Clinics.
Everyone must pre-register for flu clinic appointments through our online registration portal.
This year we are using the Recreation Department's website and portal for all registrations (please do not call our office to schedule a flu shot).
Registration for our next Community Clinic will begin on Wednesday, October 15, at 10:00 am. Click the Flu Clinic button to the right to go to the registration page.
**Please make sure you receive an email confirming that your registration was successful or you are NOT registerted and do not have an appointment.**
If you failed to receive an email confirmation from the registration system, please first check your spam/junk mail folder as it is commonly routed there.
Should you still need help with your registration, please call the Flu line and leave us a message at (508) 358-6805.
Location: Drive through clinics will be held at the Town Building in the rear parking lot, under the solar panels. (Please enter through Pelham Island).
Follow the parking lot attendants instructions.
COVID-19 safety measures: do not come to the clinic if you are not feeling well or have been exposed to COVID-19.
Please be sure to bring and wear a face mask during your vaccination (if you are able).
Staff will be wearing PPE while administering the vaccination.
DRIVE THRU FLU CLINICS HAVE CONCLUDED FOR THIS SEASON
|Drive-Thru Flu Clinic Dates||Time||Dates||For|
|Senior Clinic Thursday, September 17, 2020||10:00 am - 3:00 pm||Seniors 65 years and older|
|Senior Clinic Tuesday, September 22, 2020||10:00 am - 3:00 pm||Seniors 65 years and older|
|Senior Clinic Wednesday September 30, 2020||10:00 am - 3:00 pm||Seniors 65 years and older|
|Wednesday, October 14, 2020||11:00 am - 5:00 pm||FULL||Community Clinic: 6 months and up|
|Wednesday, October 21, 2020||11:00 am - 5:00 pm||Register ONLINE|
Beginning Oct. 15 at 10:00 am
|Community Clinic: 6 months and up|
|Wednesday, October 28, 2020||11:00 am - 5:00 pm||Register ONLINE|
Beginning Oct. 22 at 10:00 am
|Community Clinic: 6 months and up|
Important Information Regarding State Department of Public Health Influenza Vaccine Rquirement for Children
Flu Vaccine Now Required for all Massachusetts School Students Enrolled in Child Care, Pre-School, K-12, and Post-Secondary Institutions (Press Release, August 19)
- Immunization Requirements for School Entry: 2020-2021
- Influenza Vaccine Requirement for Childcare Attendance for Children 6 months of age or older
- Influenza Vaccine Requirement for School Attendance: Kindergarten through Grade 12
- Influenza Vaccine Requirement for Attendance at Post-Secondary Institutions
Important Reminder Regarding Mosquitos
To protect and promote the health, the environment and the well being of the Town of Wayland residents and visitors.The Wayland Health Department offers a wide variety of services for the Town. The main purpose of public health is prevention and the services provided by this department are prevention oriented. The services range from a multitude of various inspections, vaccinations, communicable disease investigations, educational materials, training opportunities, emergency preparedness and staff assistance.
The Health Department runs the day-to-day operations of the office, while the Board of Health acts as the policy makers. Under the guidance of the board, the department is responsible to carry out and enforce public health policies; local, state and federal laws and regulations in order to protect the health, safety and well-being of our residents, visitors and the environment.
Call the Health Department for information on the following:
- Flu Clinics
- Food Establishments
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Septic System Information
- Swimming Pools
- Underground Storage Tank - installation, removal, inspection
- Wells, including Irrigation