NEWBURYPORT — For the first time this past weekend, patients at the Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative vaccine clinic included those who aren’t yet old enough to drive themselves to their appointment.
Lower Merrimack Valley Vaccine Clinic Reports Successful Nine-Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic, Alerts Residents to New State Guidelines Effectively Shutting it Down
WEST NEWBURY — Amesbury Fire Chief Ken Berkenbush, on behalf of nine Merrimack Valley communities and their fire departments and public health officials, reports that extremely successful COVID-19 vaccination clinics have been held at the Dr. John C. Page School in West Newbury over the past two weekends. Officials in the nine communities are calling attention to the efficiency and local impact of this clinic, which has served first responders and the regions’ oldest citizens, and which is now in jeopardy of ending with a sudden shift in vaccine distribution policy in Massachusetts at the state level.
From June 19-21, health officials set up inside the Gloucester Fire Department to administer Hepatitis B and Tdap vaccinations to firefighters.
WAKEFIELD– Principal Carla Scuzzarella is pleased to announce that the Northeast Metro Tech sophomore dental assisting students hosted an oral health clinic this week.
Wakefield Police Department Rick Smith, Chief of Police 1 Union St. Wakefield, MA 01880 For Immediate Release Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Wakefield Police Encourage Residents to Get Their Flu Shots WAKEFIELD – With flu season right around the corner, Chief Rick Smith and the Wakefield Police Department recommend that […]