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VaxBus is Headed to Everett

  Mayor Carlo DeMaria announced that Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s VaxBus is heading to Everett on Thursday, July 8 to help further vaccinate the community.

  “The city of Everett proudly welcomes the VaxBus to our community,” said DeMaria. “I am grateful to the Baker-Polito Administration for their continued efforts to vaccinate the residents of our Commonwealth. This bus stop will provide residents with additional opportunities to get vaccinated and to further protect our community from the virus.”

  The VaxBus is on a mission to make getting a COVID-19 vaccination as easy as possible. It will be stopping at three locations in the city. Below please find the times and locations:

  • Glendale Park – 8-11:30 a.m.
  • Swan Street Park – 12:30-3 p.m.
  • Broadway, near City Hall at the bus stop – 4-8 p.m.

  Available vaccines include Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Residents ages 12 and over are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and residents ages 18 and over are eligible to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome. No appointment, ID or health insurance is required.

  Once residents are fully vaccinated, they are eligible to enter the VaxMillions Giveaway for the chance to win $1 million (ages 18+) or a $300,000 college scholarship (ages 12-17).

  For more information on the Vax Bus, please visit www.mass.gov/vaxbus. For more information on the VaxMillions Giveaway, please visit www.mass.gov/vaxmillions

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