WORCESTER (CBS) — UMass Memorial opened its coronavirus vaccination center in Worcester on Monday. It is located in the Mercantile Center in Worcester.

The center will take anyone who is eligible under the state’s vaccination plan but you have to make an appointment.

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There are so many appointments available that the center is calling UMass Memorial patients to get them signed up.

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“We also called patients so that for our population of 75 and older if they’re not tech-savvy and can’t go online to book their appointment, we’re outreaching to this population as well to get them to make sure they have an appointment,” UMass Memorial Senior Director of Ambulatory Services Jonna Dube told WBZ-TV.

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There is on-site parking available for those who have limited mobility and the center is located near a bus hub in downtown Worcester.