Everyone 12 years and older is eligible for a Covid19 Vaccine. Adolescent’s age 12 through 17 may only receive the Pfizer Vaccine (2 doses).
Walk in availability at most CT Vaccine locations.
Connecticut’s Vaccine Appointment Assist Line at 877-918-2224.
- I am on medication because I have received an organ transplant.
- I am in active cancer treatment with chemotherapy and other drugs.
- I am taking immunosuppressive drugs for an auto immune disease.
- I have been taking long term doses of prednisone prescribed by a doctor for my health condition.
- My doctor has informed me that my immune system is compromised.
- Monday, August 30th from 8a to 11am
- Friday, September 10th from Noon to 5:30 pm.
If you have lost the card given to you by your vaccinator, you have two places where you can obtain a certificate.
Log onto the VAMS recipient portal where you scheduled your first two vaccine appointments. A certificate can be viewed and printed from here.
This requires your email and password and two-factor identification
You can also receive a copy of your record on CT WIZ which is the CT DPH Portal.
This will also ask for Name, birthdate and two-factor identification.
• If you are still having difficulty in obtaining a copy of your Covid-19 vaccine history, you will need to schedule an appointment at the health department and bring your picture ID.
• We will be offering some help desk assistance for printing Covid-19 vaccine records at our third dose clinics.
- COVID-19 Vaccines for Pregnant or Breastfeeding People
- Monitoring Systems for Pregnant People
- V-safe Pregnancy Registry