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Vaccination Sites

NY:

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:

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 

RI:

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

Overall

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
MIS-C Fact Sheet

Tips on coping with stress from COVID-19.

NY:

Homebound New Yorker interest form
Phased Distribution of the Vaccine | COVID-19 Vaccine (ny.gov)

CT:

CT COVID-19 Response

RI:

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.