New Milford is planning to phase out COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Pettibone Community Center. Health Director Lisa Morrissey told the Town Council this week that barely 200 people are coming through the door, whereas during the height of administration, about 1200 doses were given on a single day. Clinics are currently held three days a week, but will be scaled back to one or two nights, with shorter hours. The Town Council met in person for the first time since the pandemic shifted everything to virtual gatherings. Morrissey noted that if the FDA approves vaccines for younger children, or there's a need for booster shots they can ramp back up.