On Saturday, Bethel conducted its third COVID-19 vaccine clinic, administering the Moderna vaccine to about 450 Bethel and Redding residents. The majority of residents in the 75 and older age group have now received the vaccine and the health department is now administering doses to residents in the 65 to 74 age group. Those currently eligible for the vaccine must register in advance on the town's website. It is not possible to accept "walk-in" visits at this time, due to the limited supply of vaccines. The next grouping will include essential workers and individuals with underlying health concerns. But First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker says as of this date they are still waiting for the state to issue definitions and guidance on these groups.