Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine
Feel confident that Stamford Health is following Governor Ned Lamont’s statewide COVID-19 vaccine plan. And we are working closely with local officials on the multi-phased rollout of the vaccine to our community. While vaccine supplies remain limited, our team is committed to working with the state and federal governments to ensure our community can quickly and effectively receive their vaccinations.
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility in Connecticut
Get the vaccine at no cost, even if you do not have insurance.
Schedule your vaccine if you are:
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and how vaccines work.
-Those under 18 will receive the Pfizer vaccine, as approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA). Additionally, for individuals under 18, a parent or guardian must attend the vaccination appointment and sign a consent form that will be provided at that time.
-As of May 13, 2021, we will offer COVID-19 vaccinations for ages 12-15. If a parent or legal guardian cannot accompany a minor child to their vaccination, they are required to sign a consent form for the child to bring to their appointment. You may download a PDF of the form by clicking here
Schedule an Appointment
Schedule an Appointment
When you are eligible under the State of Connecticut’s eligibility criteria, schedule your first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson by:
- Book your appointment: Online Scheduling
- Calling 203.276.7300 (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
If you are under 18, you must call 203.276.7300 to schedule your appointment.
If you have made an appointment elsewhere, cancel your original appointment to ensure we can maximize limited vaccine supplies and administer to your fellow community members.
Find out what to expect during your COVID-19 vaccination appointment at Stamford Health.
What to Bring
To prepare for your appointment, please bring your:
- Appointment confirmation
- Valid ID
- Mask to wear
What to Do if You Have a Cold or the Flu
To protect others from getting sick, you should cancel your appointment if you are sick. Wait until you feel better before rescheduling.
What to Do if You’re in Quarantine
Wait until your quarantine period ends before you go to get vaccinated. Learn when to quarantine from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Is the Vaccine Safe if I've Recovered From COVID-19?
The COVID-19 vaccine is both safe and recommended for anyone who has recovered from COVID-19. It is still unclear how many protective antibodies develop in those who had a previous COVID-19. You can and should still get the vaccine.
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Directions to our vaccination locations
Vaccinations are offered at the following locations.
For everyone's safety, masks are required throughout the duration of your appointment.
Stamford Health will continue to provide you with timely, accurate information on COVID-19 as it develops. Find more information on: