Here’s where to find the FEMA mobile COVID vaccine clinic in CT

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(WTNH) — The first COVID vaccine mobile clinic of its kind in the country is making rounds in Connecticut.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)’s mobile COVID vaccination unit opened in Bridgeport last month.

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The unit is expected to handle at least 250 people a day. The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be administrated, so there is no need for a follow-up appointment.

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Over the next two months, the mobile vaccination unit will visit the following towns and cities:

  • Bridgeport — Coming back May 18 through 27
  • Danbury — April 26-27
  • East Hartford — April 28-29
  • Hartford — April 16 through 19
  • Killingly — April 30 – May 1
  • Meriden — April 24 – 25
  • Middletown — May 10-11
  • New Britain — April 10 -11 at Veterans Stadium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and April 12-13 at the New Britain Police Sub Station from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • New Haven — New Haven Green, April 8 & 9 from 11 A.M. to 6 P.M. Also coming back May 12-13 at Edgewood Park
  • New London — May 7 – May 9
  • North Canaan — April 14
  • Norwalk — May 14 – 15
  • Norwich — St. Mary Church in the Greenville section, May 5 — May 6
  • Stamford — May 16 through 17
  • Waterbury – April 20 through 23
  • Windham — May 2- May 4
  • Winsted — April 15

All of the communities listed above were chosen based on the CDC’s COVID Vulnerability index.

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