WORCESTER, Mass. - Attorney General Maura Healey spent the better part of Wednesday in Worcester, making several stops in the city.
Healey visited the African Community Education program to focus on the effort to educate groups about the COVID-19 vaccine.
She also talked with business owners about their efforts to stay afloat during the pandemic, before ending the day standing on the picket line with Saint Vincent Hospital nurses.
With these eight campaign-style stops, Spectrum News 1 asked Healey if she is considering running for Governor in 2021.
"[Wednesday's] schedule is like the normal schedule I have as Attorney General, whenever I'm out and about. I try to make the most of the experiences. I'm looking forward here visiting this vax site, going over to the food pantry, going to visit some local businesses and check in with the City Manager. I love coming to the Heart of the Commonwealth, and great people here, great city and you know a lot to commend here,” Healey said.
Healey also spoke to Governor Charlie Baker's vaccine rollout, saying they got off on the wrong foot, but says they have course corrected. Healey says she continues to support the delivery of vaccinations to community based sites.