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More than 600,000 people in Massachusetts fully vaccinated

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Colin A. Young
State House News Service

More than 62,000 vaccine doses were administered in the 24-hour period between updates from the Department of Public Health.

As of Thursday, there were 1,316,691 people in the Bay State who had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, an increase of 35,011 from Wednesday’s report, and there were 614,589 people who are considered fully vaccinated, an increase of 27,422 from the previous day.

Overall, there were 62,433 more doses administered as of Thursday than there were as of the day before. In all, Massachusetts has administered 1,931,280 of the 2,399,100 doses delivered here by the federal government, roughly 80.5 percent.

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