Gov. tours Waterbury vaccination clinic as quite a few web sites report scarcity in materials | News

WATERBURY, CT (WFSB) — Wednesday early morning, Gov. Ned Lamont toured a Waterbury vaccination clinic.

The Waterbury Arts Magnet Faculty COVID-19 vaccination clinic opened on Jan. 25, and is a joint undertaking among the metropolis and Saint Mary’s Clinic.

The Waterbury clinic provides free COVID-19 vaccinations, Monday by means of Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on weekends from 8 a.m. to midday.

The clinic is staffed by colleagues from Saint Mary’s Clinic and City of Waterbury workers, together with firefighters, EMTs and college nurses.

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At present the condition of Connecticut is in Period 1B of the vaccination method, where persons 75 yrs and more mature are now suitable for a vaccine.

The governor’s pay a visit to will come as a lot of websites across the point out have began to report vaccine shortages.

Previously this week, the Japanese Connecticut Well being Network announced appointments commencing on February 4 will require to be rescheduled, because of to a absence of doses.

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The condition states we’re probably observing the outcomes of overbooking.

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