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.
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."