See When the COVID-19 Vaccine Will be Available to the General Public, Those Under 65

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Gov. Charlie Baker announced the eligibility dates for the remaining groups in the Massachusetts vaccine roll out plan on Wednesday.

People age 17 and older will be eligible to get the vaccine beginning April 19, 2021, according to a report on Boston.com.

Before that, people age 60 and above and certain workers will be eligible beginning March 22, and those 55 and older who have at least one qualifying condition will get access beginning April 5.

See more about vaccine eligibility at the State’s website by clicking here. The Watertown Health Department has information about COVID-19 on its webpage, see it here.

Watertown’s COVID-19 cases continue to drop. The number of new cases over the past 14 days was 62, according to the Mass Department of Public Health report of March 11. The positive test rate is 1.15 percent.

Watertown, MA COVID-19 Trends – Watertown Data (6) by Charlie Breitrose on Scribd

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