Resources for Making COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments
Connecticut residents ages 16+ are now eligible to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments! All eligible residents are required to make an appointment in advance of receiving the vaccine, so our team has put together some resources to help.
To find available vaccination clinics throughout the state, residents can visit ct.gov/covidvaccine and enter their zip code.
Appointments can be made utilizing the following tools:
- VAMS online system: VAMS is the Vaccine Administration Management System and can be used to schedule appointments at multiple clinics across the state. Make a vaccine appointment with VAMS.
- Call Connecticut’s COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Assist Line: Connecticut’s COVID-19 vaccine appointment assist line is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. To make an appointment, call 877-918-2224.
- Yale-New Haven Health: Yale-New Haven Hospital has multiple locations throughout the state, including large clinics in the New Haven area. Make a vaccine appointment with YNHHS.
- Hartford HealthCare: Hartford HealthCare has multiple locations throughout the state, including large clinics in the Hartford area. Make a vaccine appointment with Hartford HealthCare.
- Stamford Health: Stamford Health is operating a clinic seven days per week at Stamford Hospital. Make a vaccine appointment with Stamford Health.
- Walgreens: Walgreens is currently offering the vaccine at different locations across the state. Make a vaccine appointment with Walgreens.
- CVS: CVS is currently offering the vaccine in several locations within CT. Make a vaccine appointment with CVS.
- Walmart: Walmart will be offering the vaccine across the state. Make a vaccine appointment with Walmart.
TIP: You can also try the Dr. B Standby List (https://hidrb.com/) which connects people who don’t have appointments elsewhere with local providers that have extra doses.
Please note that Masonicare is not offering a public vaccine clinic at this time, as our vaccine distribution is limited to current employees and residents (per state guidelines), but we hope the above resources are helpful in finding an appointment at designated clinics throughout the state. Stay safe and stay well!