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MA Department of Public Health Field Team in East Boston; Spreading...

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The State’s Vaccine Equity Initiative reaches priority populations across Massachusetts, with a focus on 20 cities and towns, including East Boston which have been...

Eyeing June reopening, Mayor Janey announces expansion of in-person critical city...

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Increased in-person service hours at City Hall, reopening of some BCYF day programs, and staggered reopening of BPL all eyed for June BOSTON - Tuesday,...

Mayor Janey weighs in on re-openings

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Modified and delayed guidance of the latest phase of Reopening Massachusetts plan will allow the City of Boston to prepare for industry-specific needs BOSTON -...

Health Center to offer COVID19 vaccine to locals 75 and older

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The following was sent by the Health Center on January 29, 2021 Dear Patients and Residents: Beginning next week, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) will...

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Expansion of COVID-19 Vaccination Sites, Updates to Phase...

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OR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:January 25, 2021 Vaccinations for Individuals 75+ to Begin on February 1 as part of Phase Two BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced an expansion...

Mayor Walsh announces updates on Boston’s reopening plan

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Boston to return to Step One of Phase Three of the Reopening Massachusetts plan as COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts are expanded (BOSTON - Tuesday,...

WBZ: East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Workers Receive Second Dose Of...

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Second shots now underway at East Boston Neighborhood Health Center for frontline workers.

Mayor Walsh Column: Help your city by getting tested for COVID-19

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 By Mayor Martin J. Walsh (Boston, November 10) The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in profound ways, and has impacted nearly every aspect of city...

Mayor Walsh and Superintendent Cassellius: Our fall school plans are guided...

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September 11, 2020 By Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Superintendent Brenda Cassellius From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping Boston’s families safe, healthy, and equitably...
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