Massachusetts’ plan to allow those who accompany people 75 and older to COVID-19 vaccine appointments to get shots themselves has been met with strong pushback, including from educators.
A group of more than 20 legislators sent a four-page letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Mary Lou Sudders.
“Pump the brakes. Go back to the drawing board. Slow this whole companion vaccination system down,” Rep. Tami Gouveia said of what the lawmakers want the state to do.
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