Rhode Island to start delivering COVID-19 vaccine doses to homes of unvaccinated residents

PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – State health officials say 581,506 Rhode Islanders have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

But that comes with a catch, 280,000 eligible residents have not.

In an effort to get those vaccinated, the state will start calling unvaccianted residents directly to bring doses to them.

They’re starting with people ages 75 and up, who are unvaccinated offering to deliver doses right to their door.




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