As of yesterday, more than 1.4 million people in Connecticut have been fully vaccinated. Governor Ned Lamont expects 70-percent of adults will have had their first dose as of today, well ahead of President Biden’s goal of July 4th. Lamont also gave a special shout out to Danbury.
Lamont says the Hat City has been red hot in terms of infections for some months, but the City has moved into the orange zone, the second highest level for community spread of the disease. Lamont calls this an example of progress and shows that vaccinations work.
The yellow minivans acting as mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be in Danbury for the entire month. The Griffin Van will be at the Danbury Police Activities League building on Hayestown Road today between 10am and 4:30pm. No appointments necessary. Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish will be hosting a clinic every Wednesday between 3pm and 7pm. The Griffin van will be visiting the Ecuadorian Civic Center every Saturday from 1 to 7pm at 20 West Street.