COVID-19 vaccine clinics were held throughout the weekend to start administering shots to educators in the Greater Danbury area. The Danbury Health Department vaccinated 900 public school educators on Friday and Saturday. Educator clinics will continue this week and plans call for all Public School teachers in the City to receive their first dose by the end of the week. Smaller-scale clinics are planned for educators at private schools in Danbury. New Milford has dedicated clinics for educators, which will then be opened up to residents in nearby towns. The Connecticut Institute for Communities' Greater Danbury Community Health Center held a clinic in Newtown on Saturday to vaccinate educators. Eligible Newtown teachers and education staff were enrolled through the district.