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To the Editor: The State of Rhode Island should look to cities and towns like Warwick for guidance around how to create and execute an effective plan to get our seniors vaccinated against COVID-19. Cities and towns have stepped up to fill the gap created more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE If you're 75 years of age or older, a new way to get vaccinated against COVID-19 is now available. And starting Monday, those 65 and older will be able to register for shots, too. In an expected announcement, the governor's office and more
By ARDEN BASITA While the Department of Health has increased the number of doses of vaccine available to be administered by the city to residents 75 years and older, Mayor Frank Picozzi doesn't see the current system as sustainable, as the program is more
We have written in this space that the issue of vaccinating Rhode Islanders - much the same as it appears to be everywhere else in the country - has been less about logistics and more about supply and demand. The demand has been consistent, and supply more
By ARDEN BASTIA Robert Jungels, 84, of Providence, is "e;very happy"e; to receive his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine during Care New England's vaccine clinic at Kent Hospital on Monday, Feb. 1. "e;I can see where the state was and was really surprised when more
Gearing up for vaccinations Fire Chief Peter McMichael and Mayor Frank Picozzi shared the podium last Thursday to announce that 390 doses of the Moderna vaccine would be made available to Warwick residents 75 years old and older this Wednesday. Within more
By ARDEN BASTIA After meeting with Lt. Gov. Dan McKee and municipal leaders in a Zoom call Monday, Mayor Frank Picozzi announced Wednesday initiation of a COVID-19 vaccine waiting list. By logging on to www.warwickri.gov/vaccine residents can join the more
By ARDEN BASTIA Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee, who is soon to succeed Gov. Gina Raimondo when she steps down to join President Biden's cabinet, says teachers, school personnel, members of the General Assembly and elected statewide officeholders should be moved more
If you thought waiting in a long line to renew our license at the DMV makes us impatient and irritable, we shudder to imagine how angry and tense the next few months may become as vulnerable populations - and those just hoping to reclaim some normalcy in more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is "e;doing well"e; in its distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations despite the challenges posed by a limited supply coming from the federal level, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott told members of the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Rhode Island is "e;doing well"e; in its distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations despite the challenges posed by a limited supply coming from the federal level, Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott told members of the more
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