COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Last Updated: May 23, 2022

The COVID-19 vaccine has been proven safe and effective at preventing hospitalizations and death due to SARS-CoV-2, and everyone ages 5 and older is now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. 

At this time, three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J) have been authorized for the primary series, with both Pfizer and Moderna receiving FDA approval. All three vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J) have also been authorized for the first booster doses, and Pfizer and Moderna have been authorized for use for second booster doses. Please note: Pfizer is the only vaccine currently authorized for individuals ages 5 - 17, so individuals in that age group must find a provider who offers Pfizer. 

For more information, please contact your healthcare provider and visit

Weekly Community Vaccine Schedule

Please see a list of this week's community clinics in Norwalk below. To find a list of other vaccine providers in our area, including pharmacies, supermarkets, and sites in other towns, visit  

May 23 English

Upcoming CHC Vaccine Clinics at Veteran's Park

The City of Norwalk has partnered with Community Health Center, Inc. to provide free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Veteran's Park. Moderna is available for anyone 18 and older. Pfizer is available for anyone 5 or older. Those 5-17 years of age must have parent/guardian consent. Anyone who is eligible for their first, second, or booster dose can be vaccinated. All clinics are 9:00 a.m. - 3 p.m. No appointment needed. 

9:00 am - 3 pm

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                 TUESDAYS IN MAY                                                     5/24
                     9:00 am - 3 pm 

                 TUESDAYS IN JUNE                        6/7, 6/15, 6/21, 6/28
  9:00 am - 3 pm 

                  SATURDAYS IN MAY                                                  5/21, 5/28
                       9:00 am - 3 pm

               SATURDAYS IN JUNE                     6/11, 6/18, 6/25
9:00 am - 3 pm


*Please note: No clinics on Memorial Day, May 30, or Tuesday, May 31, as well as June 4. 

Who is Eligible?

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that everyone stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines. That means individuals 5 years of age and above are recommended to receive a primary series, 12 years of age and older are recommended to receive a booster dose, and those 50 years of age and above are recommended to receive a second booster. Everyone who is eligible should get a booster shot!   

All three COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J) are now authorized for booster doses. You can choose the brand of your booster shot and get your booster anywhere that offers the vaccine brand you want. 

For more information, click the image below to open in English and Spanish.COVID-19 Vaccine Summary English

For more information about booster shots, visit the CDC website

For More Information

  • Phone Assistance: If you have questions or need help making an appointment, call the Health Department's Vaccine Info line at (203) 854-7985 (Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4 pm).
  • Vaccinations At Home: If you or someone you know is unable to make it to a COVID vaccine clinic, they may be eligible to get their vaccine at home. Community Health Centers Inc. (CHC, Inc.) offers Norwalkers free vaccination at home. To request a vaccination at home, please complete the following form: If you need assistance, please call the Health Department at (203) 854-7985.
  • Email with any other questions or concerns. A member of the Mayor's Task Force will respond within 48 hours.
  • More COVID information:

Vaccine Resources

Community Conversations

Mayor Rilling hosted a series of Community Conversations in 2021 around the COVID-19 vaccine.

The first conversation, "Addressing COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Communities of Color" from March 3, 2021 featured Dr. Priscilla Agyemang, with Norwalk Hospital and Dr. Tichianaa Armah, with Community Health Center, Inc. Watch the video HERE.

The second conversation, "COVID-19 concerns within the Hispanic/Latinx Community" from March 17, 2021 featured Dr. Luis Fuentes, Amistad Community Health Center, Lucia Rilling, First Lady of Norwalk, Orlando Aquino, Patient & Community Engagement Manager with the Norwalk Community Health Center, and Maria Escalera, Director of Human Services for the City of Norwalk. Watch the video HERE.

The third conversation, “COVID-19 Vaccine Supply, Demand, & Access” from March 31, 2021 featured Dr. Reginald Eadie, President & Chief Executive Officer at Trinity Health of New England, and co-chair of Governor Lamont’s COVID-19 Vaccine Advisory Group, Greg Burnett and Dominique Johnson from the Norwalk Common Council, and Deanna D’Amore, Director, Norwalk Health Department. Watch the video HERE.

The fourth conversation, “COVID-19 Education, Communication & Outreach” from April 14, 2021 featured Kenneth Waller, CEO of Norwalk Community Health Center, Amy Taylor, VP Community Health Center, Inc., and Deanna D’Amore, Director, Norwalk Health Department. Watch the video HERE.