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Calling out town officials

This is a letter to town officials who should have made this happen.

I just learned that, several weeks ago, the town of Sterling contacted all residents over 75 and offered a two-day (I believe drive-in) clinic for the COVID-19 vaccine. Why on Earth has Harvard not arranged something like this? I feel that the town is letting us all down on this, and with the amount of taxes we pay I would expect something better.

David Durrant
East Bare Hill Road

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