WARWICK, RI — The city will resume COVID-19 vaccination for Warwick residents 75 years old and older starting Monday, Feb. 15 at Warwick Veterans Middle School.
Eligible residents who signed up for the Warwick Covid-19 Vaccine Waiting List will be contacted by the email they provided to schedule an appointment. Vaccines will be administered by appointment only. Residents without email will be contacted with the number they provided, Mayor Frank Picozzi’s office announced in a statement this morning.
Vaccination clinics will be held for four consecutive Mondays for the first dose, starting on Feb. 15, followed by four consecutive Mondays for the second dose from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The state is also in the process of opening vaccination sites at locations across Rhode Island. Residents should visit covid.ri.gov/vaccination for the latest information for public vaccinations. The Rhode Island Department of Health is providing the City of Warwick with vaccination doses to supplement the vaccination effort with CVS, Walgreens, and the Department of Health’s mass vaccination sites, according to the Mayor’s office.
Warwick residents 75 and older, should seek to get the first available appointment through any of these providers, Picozzi’s statement advised. All Warwick residents over the age of 75 will have the vaccine made available to them by one of these providers over the next several weeks.