To schedule a vaccine appointment:
• Call Connecticut’s COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Assist Line: 877-918-2224. Connecticut’s COVID-19 vaccine appointment assist line is open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week.
VAMS online system: VAMS is the Vaccine Administration Management System and can be used to schedule appointments at multiple clinics across the state.
Middletown Vacine Wait List Application. The City of Middletown has a waiting list for residents who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. In the instance a vaccination clinic has extra doses or appointments available due to cancelations or no-shows, residents will be called at random to fill open appointment slots.
Connecticut Vaccine Portal. Information on vaccines and how to get vaccinated.
CVS: CVS is currently offering the vaccine in four locations (Colchester, Putnam, Waterford, and Windsor Locks) and will be expanding to 12 more locations in the next week.
Hartford HealthCare: Hartford HealthCare has multiple locations throughout the state, including large clinics in the Hartford area.
Stop & Shop: The COVID-19 vaccine is now available at select Stop & Shop locations in CT.
Walgreens: Walgreens is currently offering the vaccine at 12 different locations and will soon be adding many more across the state.
Walmart: Walmart will be offering the vaccine at seven locations across the state (Hartford, New Haven, North Windham, Norwalk, Torrington, Waterbury, and West Haven).
Yale New Haven Health: Yale New Haven Hospital has multiple locations throughout the state, including large clinics in the New Haven area.
Share Your Story: COVID-19 and the Middletown Community
Please share your COVID-19 pandemic stories and photographs!
Russell Library wants to document and preserve your memories and stories about life during the COVID-19 pandemic in Middletown. Your contributions will help build a collection of primary documents giving future generations a window into how people coped with the personal and economic impact of the current pandemic. Let us document life in Middletown and add our stories to this global historic event.
This project is open to all who live or work in Middletown. We are seeking material from people of all walks of life including healthcare providers, essential workers, parents who are homeschooling their children, caretakers for the elderly, business owners, furloughed workers and those who are working from home. Subjects may include acts of kindness and heroism, challenges faced, and anything that documents life during the crisis. Your experiences and how the pandemic has changed or transformed your life will be preserved at Russell Library as a part of Middletown’s historic narrative.
What can you share?
• Stories, diaries, poems, letters
• drawings or paintings
• video blogs
• social media posts