Rutland Regional Medical Center to become vaccine site Wednesday
RUTLAND, Vt. (WCAX) - Starting Wednesday, the Rutland Regional Medical Center will be a COVID-19 vaccination site.
The site will be open Wednesday through Saturday, 1 p.m.-6 p.m., for people 75 and older.
The hospital will administer between 850-900 shots over the four days each week.
With Vermont Gov. Phil Scott’s announcement of allocating more doses across the state, the hospital says it expects to provide more shots to people in the region.
Feb. 24, the host site will be moved to the Holiday Inn in Rutland Town as they get more vaccines. The bigger space will allow for more social distancing and a better flow of traffic.
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