Fenway Vaccinates Last Person As The Ballpark Prepares For Opening Day


Fenway Park 16:9 WBZ

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Fenway Park will return to serving as its primary purpose, with Opening Day for the Red Sox just around the corner.

The beloved ballpark has shut down as a mass vaccination site.

Since Fenway Park opened its doors for a soft launch on Jan. 29, over 56,000 people have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Fenway was the second mass vaccination site to open in Massachusetts.

On Saturday night, CIC Health, the company running the vaccination site, celebrated the last shot administered.

CIC Health tweeted a video showing Frannie Chan receiving the last coronavirus vaccine at the historic ballpark.

All second dose appointments for people scheduled at Fenway are being moved to the Hynes Convention Center.

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(Mario Jarjour/WBZ NewsRadio)


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