LAST, BEST SHOT: How Much Worse Might Provincetown’s COVID-19 Outbreak Have Been Without Vaccines? - 27 East

LAST, BEST SHOT: How Much Worse Might Provincetown’s COVID-19 Outbreak Have Been Without Vaccines?

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Dressed as ‚"Maxine the Vaccine" Poppy Champlin encourages pedestrians to get vaccinated for Covid-19 while promoting her comedy show on Commercial St. Provincetown, MA on July 24. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

An indoor mask mandate has been issued in Provincetown after a recent rise in COVID cases. Christiana Botic for The Boston Globe

An indoor mask mandate has been issued in Provincetown after a recent rise in COVID cases. Christiana Botic for The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe on Aug 20, 2021
The Express News Group is participating in a program, “The Last, Best Shot,” sponsored by The Boston Globe. In an effort to clear up misinformation about vaccines, the Globe published... more

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