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Anti vax protestors target Wu’s residence
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Anti vax protestors target Wu’s residence
Most mornings in the past week or so, a small band of protesters stationed themselves outside the modest two-family house where Boston Mayor Michelle Wu lives with her husband and two school-age sons. Her elderly mother lives on the first floor.
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Opinion
Why do so many still say no to vaccinations?
Not a day passes without a headline that some noted personality tests positive for COVID. The danger of COVID infection still roars, taking a ravenous toll on thousands. Yet, one figure remains virtually unchanged: Nearly half of Americans still say no to vaccinations.
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Editorial
We have not yet won the battle against COVID-19
Blacks are still lagging behind in Covid-19 vaccinations. According to the New York Times, only 55% of Black New Yorkers have received at least one vaccine dose. Other ethnic groups are doing much better.
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Janey administration prioritizes vaccination
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Janey administration prioritizes vaccination
Acting Mayor Kim Janey says her administration has put vaccination at the center of its strategy to fight the spread of COVID infections in the city.
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Local News
Teachers struggle with new vaccine eligibility
The administration of Gov. Charlie Baker has decided to follow the fed’s advice and prioritize K-12 educators for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Massachusetts. But the plan lacks specificity, according to the Massachusetts Teachers Association.
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Health centers key to city’s vaccine effort
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Health centers key to city’s vaccine effort
Health center leaders met with the City Council Feb. 4 to talk about problems and solutions for vaccine rollout that target communities of color.
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