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Mobile COVID-19 vaccine vans in Danbury this week

Connecticut is keeping the mass COVID-19 vaccination sites open for a while longer, but the state is moving a focus to the mobile vans.  The FEMA unit, the first deployment in the nation, remains in Connecticut.  The second FEMA mobile COVID-19 vaccination unit is starting to tour Connecticut this week, following in the path of the first clinics in order to administer 2nd dose vaccines. 

Governor Lamont COO Josh Geballe says they're still working to get the full fleet of 35 yellow minivans out for mobile clinics across the state. 

Griffin Health and the state Department of Public Health operate the vans, and will be offering Pfizer vaccines in Danbury today at Sacred Heart Church on Cottage Street 3pm to 7pm.  No appointment needed for residents 16 and older.  The yellow minivan will be at Danbury Library Thursday from 11am to 5pm and outside PriceRite on Main Street Friday from 2pm to 6pm.

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Todd Schnitt

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