COVID-19 Vaccination Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Updated 1/14/2021

The Pomperaug District Department of Health (PDDH) is providing COVID-19 vaccinations according to Connecticut’s designated vaccination phases. The current Phase1b group is people who are 75 years or older. Additionally we will vaccinate healthcare workers and first responders who are eligible in Phase 1a. We are using the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

As of 1/14/2021, PDDH is still providing vaccinations for Phase 1a which is for healthcare workers and first responders.

  • Starting at 9:00 AM on Friday, January 15 we will begin to take appointments only for persons who are 75 years or older.
  • The best way to make an appointment will be on our online appointment system, using the links below.
  • Click here to go to appointment links
  • Please check back frequently as we will add more clinics and appointments slots as resources allow.
  • Persons without internet access can call our office at 203-264-9616, extension 7 to make an appointment. Please be advised that the phone lines will be very busy.

Our vaccination clinics are by appointment only and are socially distanced.

To be vaccinated you must:

  1. Be in one of the current vaccination priority groups.
  2. Schedule an appointment with a link that is provided below.
  3. After you schedule your appointment, check your email for an appointment confirmation and/or reminder. Those emails will contain links to the forms you need. Those forms are also in the Download section on this page.
  4. Read the fact sheet for the Emergency Use Authorization for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
  5. Complete the Consent Form and bring it to the clinic. It is also provided in the Download section on this page.
  6. Bring a copy of your insurance card. We can bill insurance for the administration cost of the vaccine.
  7. Arrive at the clinic for your appointed time. Plan on at least 30-45 minutes at the clinic. There will be a 15-minute waiting time after you receive your vaccine for precautionary observation.
  8. You must schedule an appointment for a second dose at the time of your first vaccination. The second dose should be given 28 days after the first dose. Every effort should be made to obtain your second dose from the same organization that provided your first dose. Our clinics are carefully coordinated to match the 28 day requirement and to minimize vaccine wastage.

Appointments for People 75 years & Older – at PDDH Office
Appointments for People 75 years & Older – at Pomperaug High School

Other Options for COVID Vaccination Appointments

The State of CT is setting up alternate places and phone numbers to secure appointments.

  • Some healthcare providers are providing COVID vaccination. You may check with your healthcare provider regarding their status.
  • A list of COVID vaccination providers can be found at COVID Vaccine Access for Persons 75 and Older
  • Those without internet access can call Connecticut’s COVID Vaccine Appointment Assistance Line at 877-918-2224.

V safe app
Consider” signing up for V-Safe
. It is a voluntary smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Here is the link for more information: