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Mass. Teachers Now Eligible For Vaccines on March 11

Gov. Charlie Baker watches a kindergarten teacher work with students on Wednesday as he visits West Parish School in Gloucester, where they have been holding in-person learning for 101 days. [Nancy Lane/Boston Herald/Pool]

Starting March 11, teachers, early educators and school staff members will be able to try to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine appointments through any of the state's 170 vaccination sites and mass vaccination sites plan to block off certain days to vaccinate educators, Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday morning.

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Latest COVID-19 Figures in Mass.

Data as of 5 p.m. Tuesday.
New Confirmed Cases1,848
Total Confirmed Cases821,150
Total Deaths19,214
Full Vaccinations4,813,177

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