‘Shot and Slice’: New Haven, FEMA holding COVID vaccine clinic on Green with pizza

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The City of New Haven and FEMA is holding a COVID vaccine event on the Green Thursday.

It’s a free clinic happening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and no appointment is needed. It’s open to everyone — not just New Haven residents.

The Pfizer vaccine and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available. Those who get Pfizer can come back to get the second dose on June 3.

RELATED: 12-15-year-olds can now receive Pfizer COVID vaccine ahead of CT reopening May 19

The New Haven mayor told News 8 that the walk-up clinic will take people ages 12 – 15 to get the Pfizer COVID vaccine Thursday.

There will also be a pizza from the Old World Pizza Truck, music provided by 94.3 WYBC, and games.

Those who attended and got Pfizer Wednesday can get their second dose on June 2 at the Green.

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