Massachusetts has finally reached the point where all its citizens are vaccinated with a vaccine, but the first batch is already in pharmacies and people are waiting to see if they can find a pharmacy that has it. 

The first batch of vaccines is scheduled to be distributed at 10:30am PT on Saturday. 

Massachusetts Gov.

Charlie Baker is calling it a day for the people of Massachusetts, and says the state will also be rolling out a second batch at 10am PT. 

“I’m very excited to announce that we have now reached a critical mass of vaccines that have been administered in Massachusetts, the state of Massachusetts,” Baker said in a statement.

“This is a great day for Massachusetts, its people, and for the entire country, and I thank everyone for their support during this time of crisis.”

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says the nation is now at the point of reaching a critical milestone with vaccines. 

This is not a victory lap, but rather a moment of real commitment. 

Baker says that he’s been on the job for two weeks now, and has been briefed on the situation.

He says the vaccines will be administered on Saturday morning at the same location where they were delivered on Friday, and that they will be given to all of the residents of the state who have been required to get them, and to those who have not been required, to take them. 

You can check out the latest news from Boston on WBZ-TV. 

But if you’re in a rush, you can catch up on some other news in the Boston area, here are some of the highlights from this past weekend: The Boston Marathon is officially over. 

It’s a big deal, but it’s not as big as it was in 2012. 

At least two people were killed on Friday. 

There were no major injuries. 

A number of the top runners in the world have broken their own world records, and some are still competing. 

Here’s a look at what’s happened: Brett Bowers is the world record holder in the 1,500m. 

He set a time of 5:25:36 on Saturday, which is faster than anyone else, and is the third-fastest time ever in the event. 

Chris Hoy is the world champion in the men’s 800m.

He ran the 4:14:17 world record in April, and beat a lot of people to do so. 

Michael Phelps is the World Record holder in men’s medley events. 

In this past week, he has broken his own world record by the time he crosses the finish line. 

Ryan Lochte is the silver medalist in the 200m.

This is the best-known of his three world records. 

Dana White is the mens record holder for most medals.

He has four medals. 

And there’s a lot more. 

Read more at Boston.com