BOSTON (CBS) – A state senator has filed emergency legislation that he says could end the confusion surrounding coronavirus vaccine registration in Massachusetts.

Senator Eric Lesser wants to create a one-stop online portal for both desktop and mobile devices. He also wants a 24-hour free hotline in several languages to help people through the process.

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Massachusetts residents 75 and older experienced issues and long delays on Wednesday, the first day they were eligible to sign up for appointments to receive their COVID-19 vaccine.

“This is a country you can order a pair of jeans and get it delivered to you in two days from Alaska,” Sen. Lesser said. “We should be able to figure out how to set up a one-stop online portal and a corresponding 24/7 helpline for people who need to get these urgent and lifesaving medications booked.”

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The legislation already has more than 30 cosponsors. If passed, it would go into effect immediately.

Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday the state is working to set up a call center.

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Visit Mass.Gov/CovidVaccine to find out when you’re eligible and to book an appointment.