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Booster Shots for Pfizer & Moderna
CDC Information - COVID-19 Vaccines for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised People
- NDDH will provide booster shots for all three vaccines at our standing Tuesday and Thursday clinics
- NDDH is currently vaccinating unvaccinated individuals ages 5 and older.
- BOOSTER-ONLY clinics will be held at Quinebaug Valley Senior Citizens Center, 69 South Main Street, Brooklyn (front of building shared with NDDH) on Wednesdays, December 1 & 8. These clinics are by appointment by calling the senior center at 860-774-1243.
- Check our standing clinic schedule for more info:
NDDH Weekly Vaccination Clinics
VAMS & Walk-ins welcome
Tuesdays 10 am - 2 pm
Thursdays 2 pm - 6 pm
NDDH Conference Room, 69 South Main Street, Brooklyn
(located at back of building, not at Senior Center)
Vaccines offered: Pfizer (ages 5+) & Moderna (18+) two-dose vaccine
(Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 2nd dose appointment is made at clinic)
Johnson & Johnson (18+) one-dose vaccine - one and done!
Get your immunization record through the secure CT WiZ Public Portal, a free service provided by the Connecticut Department of Public Health Immunization Program. Patients and legal guardians can access official immunization records for themselves and their children using the CT WiZ Public Portal.
If you wish to obtain a replacement CDC Vaccine Card, please contact your provider; only they can reissue the cards and have been given guidance from the CT DPH to reissue them upon request of recipients.
Alternatively, you may download your own record from the CT WiZ Public Portal found here: https://ctwiz.dph.ct.gov/ctwiz_public/Application/PublicPortal.
Important: If you are currently unable to access your record in the Public Portal, it is likely because it validates the information you enter against the information that was entered by your provider; if it doesn't match exactly it will not provide the results you seek and you will need to fill out the following form to update your Portal profile details: https://dphsubmissions.ct.gov/ImmunizationUpdate. Once your form has been completed your profile will be updated so that you may access your record through the Public Portal.
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Vaccine Eligibility in CT:
Open to all previous phases and ages 12+ who live, work, or study in CT
Pfizer vaccine is authorized for 12+
Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are authorized for 18+
About the COVID-19 Vaccines & Vaccination
Currently, three vaccines are authorized and recommended to prevent COVID-19:
- Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine - For ages 12 and older. 2 doses required at least 21 days apart. Read the fact sheet.
Pfizer-BioNTech (COMIRNATY) Name Change
Pfizer-BioNTech (COMIRNATY) received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval on August 23, 2021, for individuals 16 years of age and older. Once vaccines are approved by the FDA, companies can market the vaccines under brand names. COMIRNATY is the brand name for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. Now that the FDA-authorized Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been approved by the FDA for individuals 16 years of age and older, it will be marketed as COMIRNATY. The use of the name Pfizer-BioNTech will still be used for individuals 12-15 years old since this age group has not been approved. There has been no change in the formulation of the vaccine since the name change.
- Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine - For ages 18 and older. 2 doses required at least 28 days apart. Read the fact sheet.
- Johnson & Johnson Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine - For ages 18 and older. 1 dose only. Read the fact sheet.
- Masks are required and all persons are screened upon entry at vaccination sites
- Bring a form of photo identification to your appointment
- Wear a short-sleeve shirt under your clothing for ease of vaccination
- Anyone receiving a COVID-19 vaccine will be monitored for at least 15 minutes
Everyone age 12 and older who lives, works, or attends school in Connecticut!
Homebound - Individuals who are medically or physically unable to leave their home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine can register for in-home vaccination.
Most vaccine providers now accept walk-ins. Vaccine providers use different scheduling systems to book appointments, including the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS).
See the next section below to learn how to schedule using VAMS.
Northeast District Department of Health (NDDH) - Pfizer, Moderna and J & J - Walk-ins welcome. Registration through VAMS still accepted.
- Vaccination site: NDDH Conference Room, 69 South Main Street, Brooklyn.
- Second dose appointments are booked before you leave your first dose appointment
- Clinics are posted in VAMS and on this website on a weekly basis
- NDDH is scheduling numerous mobile, pop-up clinics at various locations throughout northeast CT. Look for our tents and trailer and stroll in for a vaccine!
- DKH also provides J & J vaccine for homebound individuals who have registered through the CT DPH Homebound Intake Form
By appointment only through their individual scheduling systems:
Northeast CT Walgreens locations:
203 Kennedy Drive, Putnam
1093 North Main Street, Dayville
20 Prospect Street, Moosup
200 Westminster Road, Canterbury
CVS Pharmacy - All three vaccines offered. Check availability when scheduling. Click here for scheduling information.
57 Providence Pike, Putnam
10 Lathrop Road, Plainfield
542 Providence Road, Brooklyn
2177 Killingly Commons, Dayville
- Schedule online or walk-ins accepted.
- Register by phone: 1-800-746-7287 (1-880-SHOP-CVS)
Schedule directly through a participating vaccine provider - Various locations throughout the state run by Hartford Healthcare, UCONN Health and Yale New Haven Health. All locations require pre-scheduling and registration – no walk-ins allowed.
What about my doctor's office? Please do not call your medical provider looking for vaccine. Local physicians will reach out to patients when they receive vaccine.
2-1-1 Online Directory of COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics - Searchable database of hundreds of vaccination clinics and testing sites located throughout Connecticut. Apply filters to search for clinics that schedule through VAMS or take appointments by phone or through the state's Vaccine Appointment Access Line (VAAL).
VAMS - How to Schedule an Online Appointment Using the Vaccine Administration Management System - Step by Step from CT DPH
VAMS is an online scheduling tool that allows people to search for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic near them.
Click on the link above for a step-by-step guide in scheduling an appointment using VAMS. Consider reaching out to help someone who may need assistance.
Once you have VAMS account, you can search for clinics in Connecticut, including ones being held locally at NDDH.
Protect Yourself. Protect Others...and We'll Get Through This Together
Until you can be vaccinated and, in some cases, even after you’ve been vaccinated, please continue to follow all of the recommended strategies to reduce your risk of getting COVID-19:
- Wear your mask
- Watch your distance
- Wash your hands
- Clean and disinfect
- Avoid large gatherings
- Stay home when you are sick.
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Follow this link in order to volunteer at our NDDH COVID-19 vaccination clinics and other associated efforts.
Vaccinate with Confidence
Please be sure to visit the sites below often for the most accurate, up-to-date information.