Our latest COVID-19 updates

COVID-19 boosters

Updated “bivalent” COVID-19 booster vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer are now available for individuals 12 and older. Learn more.


COVID-19 Testing: Access and coverage

Testing is an important way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Mass General Brigham Health Plan remains committed to providing a variety of options to make COVID-19 testing available. Learn more.


Vaccine eligibility

People ages 6 months and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more.

For information about COVID-19 symptoms, treatment, and prevention, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus.

To find Massachusetts-specific COVID-19 vaccine and testing updates, visit Mass.gov/covid19.

The official website of the federal government for COVID-19 is COVID.gov


Additional support

  • In our community

    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we partnered with several programs and organizations to support the health of communities.

    Community Support Webinar Series

    Visit our Library of Virtual Workshops focused on promoting health and wellness for the community.

    Boston Resiliency Fund

    We were honored to support the Boston Resiliency Fund created by the City of Boston to support Boston residents impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Be aware of COVID-19-related scams

    Many scammers and hackers are taking advantage of the challenges and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. There is a heightened risk of scams and price gouging during financial disruptions. This includes tricking people into sharing their personal data, buying fake vaccines or treatments for coronavirus, donating to fake charities/organizations, and more.

    You can avoid becoming a victim of these scams by being cautious about responding to calls, emails, or letters that use the coronavirus to scare or pressure you into sharing your personal information. To learn more about scams and what you can do to avoid them, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s page on coronavirus scams. The Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office also has a list of common COVID-19 scams and additional tips for avoiding them.
    If you aren’t sure if something is a scam, check with a trusted source like the U.S. GovernmentCDC or World Health Organization. You can contact Mass General Brigham Health Plan customer service at the number on the back of your member ID card to verify or ask questions about any communications using our name. For example, you should contact us before purchasing unsolicited Mass General Brigham Health Plan insurance policies or agreeing to changes to the terms of your current insurance policy. You can also send an email to healthplanCustomerService-Members@mgb.org or start a Live Chat during regular business hours on the Member.MassGeneralBrighamHealthPlan.org portal.