State Sen. Haskell, college students encourage peers to get vaccine

College campuses across the country have been some of the most challenging places to contain COVID-19.
The state's youngest state Sen. Will Haskell and a group of college students got their vaccines Tuesday as part of a plan to encourage their peers to do the same.
The clinic was organized by Stamford Health.
As part of the outreach, some slots were left open so people who are less likely to plan ahead, could get the vaccine.
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