Quincy Public Schools to offer COVID-19 vaccine to students over the age of 16

QUINCY, MASS. (WHDH) - Quincy Public Schools announced Monday that COVID-19 vaccines will be offered to all students over the age of 16 this week.

North Quincy High School will offer first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday, while Quincy High School plans to give out shots on May 10, officials said.

Any student who gets an initial dose will automatically be scheduled for a second dose.

All students, including those who are learning in-person and remotely, can book a vaccine appointment by clicking here.

Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday said that the state is anticipating that the CDC may authorize vaccines for children ages 12-15 in the coming weeks.

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