Mobile vaccine van arrives in Stamford

The state’s mobile vaccination van made its way to Stamford Thursday.

News 12 Staff

May 6, 2021, 11:16 AM

Updated 1,109 days ago

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The state’s mobile vaccination van made its way to Stamford Thursday.
The van was parked at the Stamford Dog Park at 53 Courtland Ave.
Several mobile vans have been deployed across the state; from the big cities to rural communities, to even places like churches to target underserved communities.
Those interested in getting a vaccine can just walk right up, because no appointment is needed.
The van will be at the Stamford Dog Park through Saturday.
The van will then head to Boccuzzi Park from May 9-15 at 200 Southfield Ave.
The van will be at Jackie Robinson Park from May 16-22 at the intersection of West Main Street and Richmond Hill Avenue.
The van's last stop will be at Lione Park from May 23-29 at 325 Stillwater Ave.
The van will be at all those locations from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.
They're operated by Griffin Health. The Pfizer vaccine will be administered.
The vans will come back to the parks in three weeks for the second shot.
For those who can't make it back, state officials say an appointment for the second dose can be made elsewhere.
Anyone 16 and older who lives or works in the state can get vaccinated.


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