Framingham’s Equity Initiative Launches Mobile Vaccine Program

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FRAMINGHAM – Mayor Yvonne Spicer said there is a new mobile vaccine program in the City as part of the equity initiative, funded by the state, yesterday.

SOURCE asked the City’s interim Health Director Alex DePalo about the program yesterday, May 12.

The news outlet asked when did the program begin? Where is the mobile vaccine clinics being held? How many vaccines have been administered by the mobile program?

“This activity is offered by one of the community based organizations that is a part of our Vaccine Equity Initiative.  We will be releasing more information about it,” said DePalo in an email to SOURCE this morning, May 13.

in mid-March, the City of Lawrence Mayor Kendrys Vasquez and Lawrence General Hospital announced a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Powered by the team at Lawrence General, the new mobile health unit is hitting the road in Lawrence to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to up to 100 eligible Lawrence residents per day at locations throughout Lawrence, said the press release on March 18.

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