A New Pre-Registration Tool For Vaccines Starts Friday, Yay!
I don't know about you but my experience with trying to get my husband his Covid Vaccine ( He has Crohn's Disease and Kidney Disease) on the Old site has been driving me crazy, I have been going to the current, soon-to-be-old site everyday very early in the morning for weeks now, my take on the experience has been horrible, I even brought it up in the air and had listeners who were dealing with the same problems. The old site was confusing and some of the links to register were not working properly.
So we will be trying out the new site and see how it works tomorrow morning. Everyone who has been going through the same problems I have , keep your fingers crossed that this will be a lot better.
People looking to schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine shot can begin using a preregistration signup tool Friday aimed at making it easier to book a time at any of the state's seven mass vaccination sites.
Registration can take place over the website or by calling 211 and will be notified within 24 hours once an appointment is available. They will also be able to get weekly updates.
The system will replace current online booking platforms. More sites will be added to the preregistration system in April, state health officials said Wednesday. The new tool will be available at mass.gov/COVIDvaccine. Pre-registration will allow eligible residents to book an appointment at one of the state’s seven mass vaccination sites.
Additionally, The state is also dedicating four days at mass vaccination sites to vaccinate only childcare workers and K-12 educators and staff.
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