COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 vaccines protect you and others.

NDDH Vaccination Opportunities

By Appointment Only – Call 860-774-7350

NDDH Conference Room, 69 South Main Street, Brooklyn
Vaccination by appointment only by calling NDDH at 860-774-7350

COVID-19 Vaccines – Primary dose and boosters offered

Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

About COVID-19 Vaccination

  • Masks are required and all persons are screened upon entry at vaccination sites
  • Please bring your COVID vaccination card
  • 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

Dose Intervals & Booster Shots

Scheduling Appointments

Individuals interested in receiving COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters through the Northeast District Department of Health at 69 South Main Street in Brooklyn may call NDDH for an appointment at 860-774-7350.

Vaccine Information

NDDH Vaccination Staff and Nurse Volunteers

Click here for information on who is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine!

Homebound  – Individuals who are medically or physically unable to leave their home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine can register for in-home vaccination

Your Immunization Record

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 or agency that administered your vaccine; 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:

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: Once your form has been completed your profile will be updated so that you may access your record through the Public Portal.

Where to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

Northeast District Department of Health (NDDH) – Vaccination by Appointment Only for COVID-19 Primary dose and boosters
  • Vaccination site: NDDH Conference Room, 69 South Main Street, Brooklyn.

Vaccinations also available for patients of the following health care providers:

Schedule directly through a participating vaccine provider

2-1-1 Online Directory of COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics – Searchable database of hundreds of vaccination clinics and testing sites located throughout Connecticut.

Click here to go directly to the CDC Vaccine Locator.

NDDH Nurse Jessica Fuller protects another northeast CT resident.
Retail Pharmacies

By appointment only through their individual scheduling systems:

Walgreens – Check for types of vaccine –

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)

Walmart – 450 Providence Road, Brooklyn, and 474 Boston Post Road, North Windham  – Offers an easy online scheduling option. Check for vaccine type when scheduling.

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Protect Yourself. Protect Others.

More dedicated members of the NDDH COVID-19 Vaccine Team

The prevention strategies below are recommended to reduce your risk of exposure to COVID-19:

  • Consider masking in certain settings. CDC reminds us, “People may choose to mask at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.”
  • Watch your distance
  • Wash your hands
  • Clean and disinfect
  • Use discretion when attending large gatherings
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Get vaccinated and boosted to reduce your risk of hospitalization and death



Be Part of This Historic Effort – Volunteer!

Follow this link in order to volunteer at our NDDH COVID-19 vaccination clinics and other associated efforts.