[Update: It’s clear that the system has opened up to any age. People on Facebook of all ages are getting their vaccination. You are on your own as to how to proceed. Paging Governor Raimondo . . .] Starting Monday, the state will allow Rhode Islanders 65-and-older to book appointments for vaccine shots at one of two state-run clinics including The Dunk in downtown Providence. [Update: On the first day of the mass vaccination, the age barrier proved to be quite porous. ProJo 2.19.21]
The state launched its central portal at Vaccinate RI yesterday, taking appointments for those 75-and-older. Starting Monday, the cut-off drops to 65 years of age.
The state has set up an automated help line at (844) 930-1779 where one can leave a message and get a call back for assistance.
General Covid info is available at the RI Department of Health.
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