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Danbury ends COVID-19 vaccination clinic tonight

The state Department of Public Health-Griffin Health yellow minivan is back in Danbury and will continue to park at various locations throughout the City this month.  The Mobile Vaccination Team is holding a walk-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the PAL Building on Hayestown Road from 2pm to 7pm.  No appointment is needed. 

Today is the final Danbury COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Rogers Park Middle School, 1pm to 7pm, run by the City's Health Department. 

Hospitalizations in Connecticut of people seeking treatment for COVID-19 continues to fall.  There were 16 fewer patients yesterday, bringing the total statewide to 85.  About a quarter of patients are in Fairfield County hospitals, a quarter in Hartford County and a quarter in New Haven County.  The others are scattered throughout the remaining 5 counties. 

Another three COVID-associated fatalities were recorded yesterday.  About 11,000 tests were reported yesterday, with 115 coming back as positive.  The daily test positivity rate was just under 1-percent. 

As of yesterday, Connecticut ranked 4th in the nation for having the most people fully vaccinated against COVID-19, at 53.74 percent.  Vermont leads with 56-percent, followed by Maine at nearly 55-percent.  Massachusetts just judged out Connecticut at 53.95 percent of residents fully vaccinated.

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