Lord & Taylor Vaccination Site Will No Longer Require Appointments - Stamford Moms

Governor Ned Lamont announced that beginning Tuesday, April 27, more than 50 providers of COVID-19 vaccines in Connecticut will no longer require an appointment for a vaccine.

In Stamford, this includes:

Community Health Center, Inc. (Lord & Taylor)
110 High Ride Road, Stamford
Walk-up Hours: Seven days a week, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

In Greenwich, this includes:

Yale New Haven Health Clinic (Brunswick School Sampson Fieldhouse)
1252 Kings Street, Greenwich
Walk-up Hours: May 1, May 2, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Family Centers Health Care Mobile Clinic
90 Harding Road, Greenwich
Walk-up Hours: M-F 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Details: walk-in appointments would be first come first serve

In Norwalk this includes:

Costco Pharmacy Norwalk
779 Connecticut Ave, Norwalk
Walk-up Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m. -7 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The no-appointment, walk-up clinics are part of a continuing series of efforts aimed at making it easier for Connecticut residents to receive COVID-19 vaccines. Those efforts have also included the introduction of the Connecticut Department of Public Health/Griffin Health vaccine vans and the FEMA mobile vaccination unit, all of which are deployed on a daily basis to cities and towns with traditionally underserved communities. In addition, many vaccine providers are offering evening and weekend hours in order to provide workers who cannot take time during the day to get the vaccine.

“Transitioning clinics across the state to a walk-up method that do not require an appointment in advance is part of our ongoing focus to make getting vaccinated as easy as possible,” Governor Lamont said. “If you have not yet received a vaccination, there is plenty of opportunity.”

“We want to make access to the vaccines as easy as possible so that people who haven’t yet received the vaccine can make the choice to join the more than one million Connecticut residents who have received at least one dose of the vaccine,” Connecticut Public Health Acting Commissioner Dr. Deidre Gifford said. “These vaccines are a powerful tool in our fight against the COVID-19 virus and our collective goal to return to a sense of normalcy, where we can gather safely with our loved ones and friends, go to a sporting event or concert, worship with our fellow community members without fear of infecting one another. These walk-up clinics are another means to help us reach this goal.”

COVID-19 vaccines are always free of charge to individuals. People are encouraged to bring some form of identification and their medical insurance, however neither are required and no one will be turned away if they do not have insurance or identification.

For the most up-to-date list of walk-up clinics, visit ct.gov/covidvaccine/walkup.

Information provided by The Office of Governor Ned Lamont


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