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Posted on: February 26, 2021

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Update February 26, 2021

The Town of Concord will be hosting a small clinic on Tuesday March 2nd at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center from 9am-12pm, for Concord residents age 75 and older for COVID-19 vaccination. Registration will be through the following link which is immediately available for registration. Please note, there are only 60 appointments available.

https://clinics.maimmunizations.org/reg/1052955608

The Town will not be receiving any more vaccine at this time and is unable to schedule future clinics. Please do not call the COA or Health Division as they have no additional information and there is no wait list for future clinics. If you receive an appointment, please do not arrive before your appointment time.

We encourage you to continue to look at vaxfinder.mass.gov if you are not able to get an appointment for the Town’s clinic this Tuesday. Appointments to Vax Finder are updated frequently for health care locations and on Thursdays for mass vaccination sites.

People who are eligible to receive a vaccine and are not comfortable using the internet can call 211 and follow the prompts for help scheduling COVID vaccine, representatives are available to assist every day of the week

 

Beginning March 1st, 2021, Massachusetts will move into Phase 3, Step 2. This means that 

·      Indoor performance venues such as concert halls, theaters, and other indoor performance spaces will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity with no more than 500 persons

·       Indoor recreational activities with greater potential for contact (laser tag, roller skating, trampolines, obstacle courses) will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity

·       Capacity limits across all sectors with capacity limits will be raised to 50% and exclude employees

·       Restaurants will no longer have a percent capacity limit and will be permitted to host musical performances; six-foot social distancing, limits of six people per table and 90 minute limits remain in place

For additional information, please visit mass.gov/reopening or the announcement which can be found here.



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