Connecticut Department of Public Health Opens Mobile Booster Clinics Across the State

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The Connecticut Department of Public Health today announced that it has opened mobile COVID-19 booster clinics throughout the state. The department continues to urge residents to receive booster doses at their earliest convenience.

The mobile booster clinics are currently operating in the following locations:

  • New Haven: New Haven Public Library, 7 days a week, 10am to 4pm – No appointment needed
  • Stamford: Jackie Robinson Park, 7 days a week, 10am to 4pm – No appointment needed
  • Trumbull: Trumbull Mall, Friday to Sunday, 11am to 3pm – No appointment needed
  • Waterbury: 910 Wolcott St, 9a-3p Saturday and 8a-12p Sunday – No appointment needed
  • Windsor Locks: Bradley Airport, Thursday through Sunday, 11am to 7pm – No appointment needed

For a full list of walk-up clinics sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, visit In addition to the multi-day clinics, there are many single day pop-up clinics across the state.

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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