Anyone who is 18 or older was able to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Plainfield with no appointment needed on Saturday.
Day Kimball Healthcare said anyone who is 18 or older and wanted to get the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine could go to Plainfield High School to get one.
No appointment was needed for the vaccine. Walk-in appointments were being accepted at the clinic, but it has since ended.
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Anyone who attended had to wear a face mask.
Who Can Get a COVID-19 Vaccine in Connecticut
- The state started the vaccine rollout in mid-December by vaccinating healthcare personnel, long-term care facility residents and medical first responders.
- As of mid-January, Connecticut residents 75 and older have been able to sign up for an appointment and get a vaccine.
- Connecticut residents 55 and older can sign up and get an appointment.
- Pre-K-12 Teachers, paraprofessionals, custodial staff, food service providers, school bus drivers and childcare providers as well as in-school administrative staff. This group does not include individuals who are not required to work on-site in a school.
- Note: Pre-K-12 school staff and teachers, and professional child care providers will be eligible for the vaccine.
- People 45 to 55
- People 16 and up
Note:To get a vaccine in Connecticut, you must either live or work in the state. If you typically visit a provider here but do not live or work in Connecticut, you are not eligible and must get vaccinated in your home state.