Norwalk accepting waitlist applicants eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Norwalk city officials say residents eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can be added to a waitlist in case clinics have extra doses.

News 12 Staff

Feb 5, 2021, 4:29 PM

Updated 1,225 days ago

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Norwalk city officials say residents eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can be added to a waitlist in case clinics have extra doses.
The city tweeted that if a Norwalk Health clinic has an extra dose or appoint available due to cancellations or no-shows, then they will randomly select an eligible person from the waitlist to receive the vaccine. 
Those interested in being put on the waitlist are asked to fill out this form. 
The City of Norwalk has partnered with the Norwalk Senior Center and Senior Services Coordinating Council to launch phone assistance lines for Norwalk seniors seeking information regarding COVID-19 vaccines. Seniors may call the Norwalk Senior Center at (203) 847-3115(English) or (203) 299-1500 (Español), or Senior Services Coordinating Council at (203) 434-3085 or (203) 434-1876 for assistance.


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