State Residents 16 Years And Older Now Eligible For Vaccine

Beginning today, all Massachusetts residents 16-years old and over are eligible to receive the Coronavirus vaccine. 

Today marks the beginning of the third and final phase of the state's vaccination program. 

The change means an additional 1.7-million state residents are now eligible to receive the vaccine shot. 

Governor Charlie Baker is warning the newly eligible group that it could be weeks before they will be able to find an appointment. 

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky Visits FEMA Vaccination Site In Boston

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