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Massachusetts receives approval for the Hynes Convention Center to be designated as mass vaccination site

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“The federal/state partnership launches this week with FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency and other federal partners and will bring 6,000 additional daily vaccine doses to Massachusetts and will help reinforce the Commonwealth’s focus on vaccine access and equity.

Yesterday MEMA Director Samantha Phillips joined Governor Baker, Lt. Governor Polito, Secretary Sudders, Senator Markey, Congressman Lynch, CDC Director Dr. Walensky, FEMA Administrator Fenton, FEMA Acting Regional Administrator Ford and others to tour the expanded site.

All eligible people in Massachusetts can continue to access appointments at the Hynes through the preregistration process.

Learn more about preregistration: http://mass.gov/vaxsignup
Sign up to be notified about appointments: https://vaccinesignup.mass.gov”-Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA).

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