Massachusetts releases COVID-19 vaccination plan –

Massachusetts unveiled a draft variation of how they plan to disperse the vaccine on Saturday. According to the draft, the state anticipates to get between 20,000 and 60,000 dosages of the vaccine in the first stage.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) asked states to submit their vaccine circulation plans by November 1.

BOSTON (WWLP)– Health officials are currently preparing out how a vaccination will be approached within the Commonwealth.

The first phase would focus on healthcare employees and individuals considered high-risk.

As soon as the state has enough vaccine available in the last stage, health authorities stated the strategy is to get everyone vaccinated rapidly and free. Parts of the state with low vaccinations will be concentrated on.

Phase two will start access to vaccine for the broader population. To get ready for this phase, the state is widening its vaccine supplier network. Healthcare suppliers that presently do not report immunization information to the state will also be consisted of to provide the vaccine to neighborhoods.