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CT Residents 55 and Over, Educators Can Now Make COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments – NBC Connecticut

Starting Monday, people 55 and over and educators can start making appointments to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Connecticut. Educators and childcare providers…

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Starting Monday, people 55 and over and educators can start making appointments to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Connecticut.
Educators and childcare providers and Connecticut residents and employees between 55 and up are now eligible for the vaccine in Connecticut.
Healthcare personnel, medical first responders and residents and staff of long-term care facilities were already eligible for COVID-19 vaccines in the state.
Eligible educators and childcare providers include pre-K through grade 12 teachers,…

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