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Vaccination Sites


NYC Vaccine appointment phone number: 877-VAX-4NYC
NYS Vaccine Appointment Phone number: 1-833-697-4892
NY FAQ & Vaccination Location Website

Vaccine site locations for eligible New Yorkers
NYC Vaccine Command Center
DOHMH vaccine website
NYS Vaccine Appointment Site


CT Vaccine Portal
Bridgeport Vaccination Info
Yale-New Haven Sites
Southwest Community Health Center
University of Bridgeport Clinic
New Haven Health Department Clinic
Griffin Health Center
DPH Mobile Van
Trinity Health 


The Rhode Island Department of Education and the Rhode Island Department of Health are offering vaccination clinics for children ages 5-11 across our state. You can review the list and register within the link above. RIDOH also compiled a list of frequently asked questions for families.

RI Covid-19 Vaccine Information
RI Covid-19 Interactive Vaccination Map 
RI Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics
Register for COVID-19 Vaccine in RI


Fall 2021 AF Covid 19 Webinar Resources

New York, 11/17/2021
Webinar (English with Spanish translation)
Summary (English) (Spanish)

Rhode Island, 11/18/2021
Webinar (audio only, English with Spanish translation)
Summary (English) (Spanish)

Connecticut, 11/22/2021
Webinar (English with Spanish translation)
Summary (English) (Spanish)


Additional Information


Community Resource List
Vaccine Fact Sheet
COVID-19 Facts Video! Available in multiple languages
Dr. Chokshi Video
Dr. Easterling Video
Vaccine-specific PSA from the COH: is available on TV and streaming platforms

Tips on coping with stress from COVID-19.


Homebound New Yorker interest form
Phased Distribution of the Vaccine | COVID-19 Vaccine (


CT COVID-19 Response


Rhode Island Department of Education Vaccine Town Hall 

RI Department of Health Covid 19 Information Website

COVID-19 testing is available at test sites in your community and in Pre K-12 schools. There is no cost to participate in COVID-19 testing at a State-run test site or in school. Insurance is not required.

For the 2021-2022 school year, Rhode Island schools are responsible for writing their own health and safety plans to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in schools.