Gov. Baker Announces All Mass COVID Vaccine Sites To Shut Down By Mid-July


BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — All seven mass COVID-19 vaccination sites are set to shut down by mi-July, according to Gov. Charlie Baker.

Nearly 3.7 million residents across the Commonwealth are fully vaccinated and over 4.3 million people have received at least a first dose.

"The Administration is focused on increasing targeted community-based vaccine efforts to reach remaining populations," the Executive Office of Health and Human Services for the Baker Administration reported.

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As of now, these are the closing dates at each of the mass vaccination sites, however, all dates are subject to change:

Gillette Stadium: June 14

Hynes Convention Center: June 22

Natick Mall: June 23

Reggie Lewis Center: June 27

Doubletree in Danvers: June 30

Eastfield Mall in Springfield: July 6

Former Circuit City in Dartmouth: July 13

As of Thursday, "Massachusetts is a nationwide leader in vaccination, with 79% of all adult residents and 2/3 of all residents having received at least one dose."

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