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One Million More Eligible for Vaccine on Thursday

Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders said more than half of the 75-plus population has already been vaccinated for COVID-19, a factor in the decision to open up vaccines to people 65 and older. [Sam Doran/SHNS]

Massachusetts will roughly double the population eligible for COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday, when people over age 65, the residents and staff of affordable and low-income housing for seniors, and people with two or more health conditions that put them at higher risk will be newly able to make appointments.

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Latest COVID-19 Figures in Mass.

Data as of 5 p.m. Thursday.
New Confirmed Cases82
Total Confirmed Cases663,048
Total Deaths17,957
Full Vaccinations4,042,011

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