Waterbury Well being introduced that they’re closing their Publish College drive-thru vaccine clinic on Might 26 after being open for 4 months.
The clinic is closing due to a drop in vaccine appointments on the website as extra choices have turn out to be obtainable to the general public.
Hospital officers mentioned they’ve administered greater than 30,000 photographs. The clinic might be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday subsequent week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in preparation of closing.
Waterbury Well being will proceed to function its vaccine clinic on the Naugatuck Armory, they mentioned. Any second dose appointments at Publish College scheduled for Might 26 or later might be rescheduled to the Naugatuck drive-thru clinic.
Waterbury Well being mentioned they may also be shifting a few of its assets to the town of Waterbury and can proceed its vaccination work in the neighborhood.
“We’re happy with our nice partnership with Publish College and the unbelievable collaboration between our organizations and the town of Waterbury to vaccinate the group,” mentioned Waterbury Well being President and CEO Lester Schindel.
The Publish College location was the primary drive-thru clinic in Waterbury and the biggest in New Haven county. The clinic was in a position to administer as many as 700 photographs a day in the course of the peak of its operations.