The mass vaccinations sites at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston and Natick Mall are closing this week in a sign of increasing COVID-19 vaccinations in the Bay State.
The Hynes Convention Center will close Tuesday and the Natick Mall site will close Wednesday, making them the second and third vaccination sites to shut down, respectively.
Vaccinations wrapped up at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro on June 14. The last four mass vaccination locations close down in late June and early July.
Baker's goal was to have 4.1 million people fully vaccinated by early June. While that did not happen, his administration continues to push to get more people vaccinated, including through a special vaccination sweepstakes.
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So far, 4,095,494 Massachusetts residents have been fully vaccinated, health officials confirmed on Monday, and more than 8.4 million total vaccine doses have been administered.
Also Monday, State health officials reported 48 new coronavirus cases and another five deaths, while the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 reached a new low.
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