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    • 29 APR 21

    MRH resumes use of J&J vaccine, Moderna also available, register now

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • April 29, 2021 MILLINOCKET – The announcement last Friday that the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) had cleared the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine for use added back another weapon in the Millinocket Regional Hospital’s arsenal for battling the pandemic in the Kathadin region. MRH Infection Preventionist Todd Phillips,

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    • 22 APR 21

    MRH vaccination efforts top 53 percent community vaccination rate

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • April 22, 2021 KATAHDIN REGION – The upcoming April 24 Millinocket Regional Hospital vaccination clinic is very important to the more than 200 citizens receiving their second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine but also marks an incredible milestone to the administration and staff at MRH. That clinic will

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    • 22 APR 21

    MRH surpasses 50 percent community vaccination rate

      RELEASE DATE April 22, 2021   MRH vaccination efforts now cover 53% of hospital service area Thirty eight clinics of both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine provide full protection   [MILLINOCKET, MAINE] Millinocket Regional Hospital administration and staff were informed last week that their local vaccination efforts have succeeded in fully vaccinating 53

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    • 15 APR 21

    Younger patients need Pfizer COVID vaccine at Northern Light

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • April 15, 2021 MILLINOCKET – Part of Millinocket Regional Hospital’s mission during the COVID-19 pandemic is to educate the public on anything to do with the vaccine. Recently the state of Maine reduced the age of vaccine eligibility to 16 years and up and MRH Infection Preventionist Todd Phillips,

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    • 08 APR 21

    Community vaccinations continue to climb, more registrations needed

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • April 8, 2021 MILLINOCKET – Millinocket Regional Hospital continues its mission to vaccinate as many people as it can with two more successful vaccination clinics at Stearns Junior/Senior High School last week. Thanks to the March 31 clinic, at which 170 doses of the “one and done” J&J vaccine

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    • 01 APR 21

    MRH steps up vaccination efforts with J&J offering, second dose Moderna set for April 3

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • April 1, 2021 MILLINOCKET – The Millinocket Regional Hospital vaccination train keeps on rolling with another successful Moderna clinic last Saturday at which 215 more citizens received their first doses of protection against COVID-19. More than 2,000 citizens have been either fully vaccinated or received their first dose since

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    • 25 MAR 21

    Citizens wanting vaccinations asked to sign up with MRH now

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • March 25, 2021 MILLINOCKET – Millinocket Regional Hospital staff celebrated the success of two more vaccination clinics last week – one that provided the second doses to more than 300 citizens and first doses to another 340 citizens. Each vaccinated individual brings the region one step closer to a

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    • 25 MAR 21

    MRH debut’s 3-D mammography

    by Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • March 25, 2021 MILLINOCKET – Millinocket Regional Hospital is in the forefront in the battle against COVID-19 providing important information, care and critical vaccine but it’s also working to be a leader in the fight against breast cancer with the introduction of three dimensional (3D) mammography. The Hologic Selenia

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    • 19 MAR 21

    MRH clinics continue as progress to community full vaccination continues

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • March 18, 2021 MILLINOCKET – Staff at Millinocket Regional Hospital conducted its first “second-shot” clinic March 17 to fully vaccinate more than 300 citizens who received their first shots at MRH’s first mass clinic on Feb. 17. Another 300 citizens will receive “first” shots. The clinic was again held

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    • 11 MAR 21

    MRH vaccinates 709 more community members including school staff

    By Shelley Farrington   Lincoln News • March 11, 2021 MILLINOCKET – An abrupt change in the state’s COVID-19 vaccination priorities to include all preK-12 school staff and licensed child care workers came just in time for Millinocket Regional Hospital staff to include local school staff members in their mass vaccination clinic held March 6 at

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