By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) – The COVID-19 vaccine preregistration system in Massachusetts will shut down at the end of the month, the Baker administration said Friday.

Over the next several days, everyone still in the system will be contacted and given a chance to book an appointment before it closes on May 31.

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The preregistration form at vaccinesignup.mass.gov will be shut down on Tuesday, May 25, the state said.

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The preregistration system was launched back on March 12 to ease the frustration so many people had booking appointments when demand for the vaccine was at its highest.

You will still be able to search for appointments at vaxfinder.mass.gov or call 211 for the vaccine scheduling resource line.

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The state also announced Friday it’s expanding the homebound vaccination program. For more information on that, click here.

CBSBoston.com Staff