Vaccine Supply Expands, But Demand for Shots Drops
As the Island’s vaccine supply grows, demand for vaccinations on the Vineyard has declined, hospital officials confirmed Wednesday, echoing trends around the state and country.
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Governor Pencils In End Date for State Reopening Plan
With Covid-19 case rates on the wane and vaccination rates waxing strongly, Gov. Charlie Baker this week eased the state mask mandate and laid out the last phase of a reopening schedule.
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Vaccine Supply Rushes In, Easing Island Worries
Covid-19 vaccine doses are in good supply on the Vineyard right now, after a dip in availability that sent many Islanders to the mainland for their first jabs earlier this month.
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Hospital Scheduling Second-Dose Appointments
Individuals who received their first Covid-19 vaccine off-Island can now schedule their second vaccine shot on-Island.
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Vaccine Forum Scheduled for April 28
Dukes County and the Communication Ambassador Partnership of Martha’s Vineyard are hosting an online public forum to discuss the Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday.
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Case Counts See Slight Decline; Vaccination Floodgates Open
Health agents reported 61 new cases of Covid-19 during the past week and nine cases on Sunday, marking a slight decline as the floodgates opened on the Vineyard’s vaccination process.
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Major Vaccine Shipment Announced for the Vineyard
Martha’s Vineyard is set to receive a shipment of more than 4,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses from the federal government in the upcoming week through a new partnership with Island Health Care.
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Legislators Press State for More Vaccine on Vineyard, Nantucket
With vaccine eligibility set to greatly expand and summer fast approaching, the Cape and Islands legislative delegation has fired off a letter to state officials urgently requesting more doses.
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Vaccine Rollout Expands; Race Is On Against Virus Variants
Covid-19 vaccine eligibility is set to open for all Islanders 16 and older this weekend, but the number of available appointments remains a moving target on the Vineyard, even as a more virulent strain of the virus has been detected.
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Cases Stay High; More Vaccine Appointments Open Up
After a recent surge in Covid-19 cases on the Vineyard, health agents reported 73 new positive tests this week — a slight downturn from the week prior.
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