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Massachusetts booster sites: Mobile vaccination clinics pop up, as pharmacy appointments hard to find

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The state is rolling out COVID-19 mobile pop-up vaccination clinics, as many people struggle to find booster appointments at pharmacies across the region.
Four of the community-based, short-term vaccination clinics were held on Sunday in Chelsea, Everett, Methuen and Fall River - and more of these clinics are set for this week as Bay Staters seek out booster doses.
Coronavirus cases are surging in Massachusetts, and many residents are hoping to get a third shot as soon as possible for extra protection this winter. All fully vaccinated people who are 18-plus are eligible for the booster...
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