Waterbury’s Post University vaccination clinic to close on May 26

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WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — After more than 30,000 vaccine shots, Waterbury Health is phasing out its drive-thru clinic at Post University.

The site will operate three days a week until it shuts down on May 26. The closure comes after a dramatic drop in COVID vaccine appointments since more options have become available.

The clinic first opened in January. It was the first in Waterbury and the largest drive-thru COVID clinic in New Haven County.

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