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Health centers urge residents to get their flu and COVID shots
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Health centers urge residents to get their flu and COVID shots
Officials at Boston’s community health centers, taking their message deep into the neighborhoods, are encouraging residents to get vaccinated as flu season begins —and before they get sick.
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Coalition blasts Baker's vaccine rollout
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Coalition blasts Baker's vaccine rollout
Public health, racial justice and immigrant rights advocates are calling on Gov. Charlie Baker to implement improvements in the vaccine rollout to better include communities of color and those hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Chelsea nonprofit opens doors for vaccinations
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Chelsea nonprofit opens doors for vaccinations
In the city of Chelsea, once considered the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis in Massachusetts, residents have new hope, with a new vaccination site located downtown now available to residents.
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First vaccines in Massachusetts rolling out
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First vaccines in Massachusetts rolling out
Last week at the State House, Baker said the first 300,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines produced by Pfizer and Cambridge-based Moderna would go to health care workers, those in long-term care facilities, first responders and those living in congregate settings, such as shelters and prisons.
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Fauci, Walsh urge Bostonians to get vaccinated
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Fauci, Walsh urge Bostonians to get vaccinated
More than 2,000 registered to listen to the nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci engage with religious leaders in Roxbury via Zoom on a potential coronavirus vaccine and the need to get vaccinated.
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