New Round of Vaccine Appointments Begins
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital signed up 544 more Islanders for vaccine appointments Monday, after registration eligibility was expanded to include teachers.
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Hospital Quickly Fills More Vaccine Appointments
A chaotic weekend that initially saw Islanders shut out of vaccines culminated with the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital filling 900 appointments.
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Islanders Shut Out of Vaccine Appointments
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s smooth vaccine rollout took a sudden turn on Saturday, after the hospital received zero new Covid-19 vaccine doses from the state.
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Governor Baker Forges Ahead With Reopening Plan
With state and Island Covid-19 cases in sharp decline, Gov. Charlie Baker has forged ahead with the state’s slow reopening process, moving to expand capacity at indoor venues starting March 1.
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Hospital 65-Plus Vaccine Signups Resume Saturday
After thousands rushed to register for a vaccine appointment last weekend, hospital officials said they would continue to open new slots on a weekly basis every Saturday at 8 a.m.
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Case Counts Fall on Island
After a months-long surge, Island coronavirus case counts have fallen dramatically in recent weeks, with health agents reporting only two new cases over the weekend — the lowest numbers since early fall.
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Vaccines Begin for 65-Plus, After Appointments Fill in a Flash
Vaccine clinics for Island residents 65 and older began Monday after more than 1,200 appointments filled up in less than an hour Saturday.
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Governor Baker Opens Up Vaccinations for People 65 and Older
Noah Asimow
Gov. Charlie Baker opened Covid-19 vaccinations to all residents 65 and over and those with two or more underlying conditions starting Thursday.
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Forum Sees Flood of Questions Over Vaccine
Maia Coleman
Island health officials fielded a flurry of questions and sought to assuage concerns and confusion about the vaccine rollout at a community forum late last week.
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For February Vacation, Health Officials Urge Strict Adherence to Travel Rules
Noah Asimow
Hoping a recent dip in coronavirus cases stays that way, Island boards of health are urging Islanders to follow strict travel guidance as winter school vacation weeks begin.
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