Framingham City Hall, Natick Senior Center, Marlborough High, and Doubletree Hotel To Host Vaccines For First Responders

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FRAMINGHAM – The Baker-Polito administration announced this morning, January 5, the locations of 114 COVID-19 vaccination sites for first responders, including police officers, firefighters, and EMTs.

Sites across the Commonwealth including town & city halls, elementary schools, and even senior centers, which may identify potential sites for vaccines inoculations for the public later in 2020.

In Framingham, the Memorial Building at 150 Concord Street will be a first responder vaccine site.

In Framingham, First Responders have been internally assigned time slots. Please call 508-294-9246 with any questions. Shots will be administered on a Saturday.

Inoculations in the Commonwealth for first responders are scheduled to begin on January 11.

For Natick & Wayland vaccines will be administered at the Natick Senior Center. The link has yet to be posted to book an appointment but vaccines will be given on Tuesday, January 12 and Thursday, January 14.

For Marlborough & Hudson, vaccines will be administered at Marlborough High School. Registration link to be sent to eligible participants by January 8. Vaccines will be given on January 14 & 15.

The Westborough-Doubletree Hotel will administer COVID-19 vaccines for Ashland, Hopkinton, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Westborough first responders. The appointment link has yet to be posted. Shots will be available on Monday & Tuesday.

UMass Amherst Campus Center will administer vaccines for some communities that do not have an assigned hosting site.


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