COVID-19 vaccine committee members concerned about duplicate appointments

RHODE ISLAND is starting to emphasize vaccination of people aged 75 and older. The chart above shows the planned distribution timeline. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
PROVIDENCE – As the state begins to speed up allocation of COVID-19 vaccines to Rhode Islanders aged 75 and older, physicians advising the R.I. Department of Health on Friday said they were concerned that the state, which does not have a central registry for appointments, is encouraging people to schedule multiple appointments. The state plans…
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