COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Last Updated: July 30, 2021

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This page contains details regarding COVID-19 vaccinations in Norwalk. Residents are reminded that the State of Connecticut controls the vaccine distribution schedule. Full details from the State can be found at ct.gov/covidvaccine.

Residents who wish to receive email or text updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccine from the City can now sign up at norwalkct.org/vaccineupdate. Residents can enter their email address and/or cell phone number to be alerted of changing news, updates, and vaccine eligibility.

Upcoming Norwalk Health Department Vaccine Clinics 

Information on upcoming Norwalk Health Department vaccine clinics will be posted here. To receive alerts of newly-posted clinics, enroll for notifications at norwalkct.org/vaccineupdate.

Pfizer is available for anyone 12 or older. Those 12-17 must have parent/guardian consent. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are available for those 18 years of age and older. 

Wednesdays in August
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Maritime Aquarium
10 N. Water Street
Vaccine: Moderna and Johnson & Johnson
Fridays in  August
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Ben Franklin School
165 Flax Hill Road
Vaccine: Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

Vaccine Clinics at Calf Pasture Beach

The City of Norwalk has partnered with Community Health Center, Inc. to provide free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Calf Pasture Beach. Clinics will be held every Sunday in August. Pfizer (first or second dose) and Johnson & Johnson is available. Pfizer is available for anyone 12 or older. Those 12-17 must have parent/guardian consent. Johnson & Johnson is available for those 18 or older. All clinics are 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. No appointment needed.

Sundays in August
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Calf Pasture Beach
Pavilion 1
Vaccine: Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

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. Clinics will be held on Mondays in July and August. Pfizer (first or second dose) and Johnson & Johnson is available. Pfizer is available for anyone 12 or older. Those 12-17 must have parent/guardian consent. Johnson & Johnson is available for those 18 or older. All clinics are 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. No appointment needed.

Monday, August 9
Monday, August 16
Monday, August 23

Vaccine Clinics at the Libraries

The City of Norwalk has partnered with the State Department of Health and Griffin Health on clinics at the Main Branch, 1 Belden Avenue, and SoNo Branch, 10 Washington Street, Libraries in Norwalk. Pfizer (first or second dose) and Johnson & Johnson is available. Pfizer is available for anyone 12 or older. Those 12-17 must have parent/guardian consent. J&J is only 18+. The second dose of Pfizer will occur at the same time and location three weeks later.

Monday, 8/2
Main Branch
1pm-7pm
Tuesdays,  8/3
SoNo Branch
1pm-7pm
Thursdays, 8/5
Main Branch
1pm-7pm
Fridays, 8/6
SoNo Branch
1pm-5:30pm

Vaccine Clinics at Meal Sites

The City of Norwalk and Norwalk Public Schools have partnered with Community Health Center, Inc. to provide free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Norwalk meal distribution sites in August. Pfizer (first or second dose) and Johnson & Johnson is available. Pfizer is available for anyone 12 or older. Those 12-17 must have parent/guardian consent. All clinics are 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. No appointment needed.

August 4
Ben Franklin Community Center
165 Flax Hill Road
August 6
Columbus Magnet School
46 Concord Street
August 11
Monterey Village
133 Monterey Place
August 13
Columbus Magnet School
46 Concord Street
August 20
Columbus Magnet School
46 Concord Street
August 25
Nathaniel Ely
11 Ingalls Avenue
August 27
Columbus Magnet School
46 Concord Street
August 30
Kendall Elementary School
57 Fillow Street

Additional Clinics

Occasionally, the City of Norwalk will host special clinics in partnership with the State Department of Health and other State, Federal, and Local agencies. Please do not attend if you feel sick or have been in close contact with someone with COVID within the past 14 days.



To find other providers in our area and learn about how they schedule appointments, visit www.ct.gov/covidvaccine to search by zip code.

Wait List

The City of Norwalk now has a waiting list for residents who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. In the instance a Norwalk Health Department 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. This is not an appointment request, and submitting information does not guarantee someone will be contacted to receive a vaccine. You must be eligible at the time of vaccination to receive a vaccine through this wait list. Complete the form at norwalkct.org/waitlist. Residents should not sign up on this list if they have already been vaccinated, as this will not be used for any second dose vaccines. The Wait List will be cleared every Monday morning. 

Who's Eligible? 

All Connecticut residents, workers, and students ages 12 and older are now eligible. Please note that Pfizer is the only vaccine currently authorized for individuals ages 12 - 17, so individuals in that age group must find a provider who offers Pfizer. For more information about eligibility, visit: https://portal.ct.gov/vaccine-portal/COVID-19-Vaccination-Phases.

I am Eligible. How do I get the Vaccine?

Eligible individuals have many options for scheduling an appointment to get a vaccine. Click HERE for instructions in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole on how to schedule appointments.

You can visit www.ct.gov/covidvaccine and search by zip code to find: 

  • a list of vaccine providers near you
  • how to schedule an appointment with each provider
  • whether appointments are available
  • which brand vaccine is offered at each location

Some vaccine providers use CDC's VAMS system to schedule appointments. For more information about VAMS, visit: https://covidvaccinefinder.ct.gov/vams/170

Phone Assistance 

If you can't make an appointment online, you can call the Connecticut Vaccine Appointment Assist Line (877) 918-2224 to find an appointment. This line is open seven days a week, 8 am to 8 pm. 

If you have additional questions, you can call the Health Department's Vaccine Info line at (203) 854-7985.  

The City of Norwalk has partnered with the Norwalk Senior Center and Senior Services Coordinating Council to launch phone assistance lines for Norwalk seniors seeking information regarding COVID-19 vaccines. Seniors may call the Norwalk Senior Center at (203) 847-3115 (English) or (203) 299-1500 (Español), or Senior Services Coordinating Council at (203) 434-3085 or (203) 434-1876 for assistance.

Bedbound Vaccinations

If you believe that you or a loved one are unable to leave home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, please complete this form to request a COVID-19 vaccination at home. 

Please note: Filling out this survey does not guarantee that you will be able to receive the vaccine at home, but the information you provide will enable the Norwalk Health Department to determine if you are eligible. Please answer these questions truthfully, and to the best of your knowledge. If you have questions or concerns, please call (203) 854-7973.

Community Conversations 

Mayor Rilling is hosting a series of Community Conversations 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.

More Questions? 

Email COVID19TaskForce@norwalkct.org with questions or concerns or call (203) 854-7985. A member of the Mayor's Task Force will respond within 48 hours.

For other vaccination information from the Norwalk Health Department, click here.