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BOSTON – Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker Tweeted that tomorrow, March 17, his administration would unveil a timeline pinpointing when all individuals in the Commonwealth will have access to COVID-19 vaccine.

“Tomorrow morning, our administration will release the schedule for all remaining groups in MA’s vaccine plan. Every resident will know when they are eligible for a vaccine. Thank you for making MA a national leader in the vaccination effort,” Tweeted Gov. Baker.

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Baker has said the Commonwealth has the ability to administer far more doses of the vaccine than it is receiving.

The Biden-Harris administration informed Massachusetts it would receive 170,000 doses this week, up from 150,000 last week, which was up from 145,00 doses the week before that.

President Joe Biden has challenged all states to make the vaccine available to all residents, regardless of age, by May.

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Framingham announced on Monday, that more than 8,300 residents in the City are fully vaccinated and more than 23,000 residents have had at least one dose of the vaccine, out of about 70,000+ residents.

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