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New Fairfield, Danbury host vaccine clinics as COVID cases rise

There's been a big difference day by day of COVID-19 positive cases being reported in Danbury in the past week.  Last Monday the City had 22 cases, Tuesday there were 10 and on Wednesday, 28 COVID cases were reported in Danbury.  Cases dropped down to 2 on Thursday, 9 Friday, 2 Saturday and none on Sunday. 

There is a series of vaccine clinics in Danbury today, including at Kennedy Park until 11am, offering all three brands.  Pfizer will be administered at Beaver Street Cooperative from noon to 5.  Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson will be given at Danbury Library from 10am to 8pm and Moderna will also be offered from 2 to 8.

The yellow COVID-19 vaccine minivan will be making a return trip to New Fairfield today.  The Griffin Health state Department of Public Health team will provide vaccines from 9am to 7pm in the New Fairfield High School parking lot.  The van will also be in New Fairfield on the 23rd from 9 to 7.  The clinic will vaccinate anyone over the age of 12, however those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.  Vaccines are provided free of charge. 

These will be the 3rd and 4th visits to New Fairfield.  96 people received vaccines during the first mobile visit. 

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