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UPDATED: Yale New Haven Health announces vaccination sites

Yale New Haven Health System has announced opening dates for its COVID-19 vaccination sites, including ones in New London and Old Saybrook.

A mass vaccination site will open Monday at Mitchell College, DeBiasi Drive, New London.

All vaccinations at the sites are by appointment only. Appointments can be made at www.ynhhs.org/covidvaccine. More appointments are being added as vaccine is made available.

Sites are opening Thursday at Northeast Medical Group locations at 194 Howard St., New London; 633 Middlesex Ave., Old Saybrook; 4A Devine St., North Haven; 112 Quarry Road, Trumbull; 501 Kings Highway East, #204, Fairfield; and 500 W. Putnam Ave., Greenwich.

Sites operating in partnership with Yale University will open Friday at Yale West Campus, 100 West Campus Drive, Building 410, Orange, and The Lanman Center at Yale University, 74 Ashman St., Lot 78, New Haven.

Mass vaccination sites will open Monday at the Floyd Little Field House, 480 Sherman Parkway, New Haven; the Parsons Center, 70 W. River St., Milford; and The Brunswick School, 1252 King St., Samson Field House, Greenwich.

Yale New Haven Health patients who reside outside of Connecticut are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Connecticut if they qualify for vaccination under Connecticut's guidelines. Those patients who receive their care in Connecticut can schedule an appointment at a community vaccination site at covidvaccine.ynnh.org.

In Connecticut, Phase 1b of the vaccine rollout began this week with vaccinations of residents 75 and older who are not living in nursing homes. For more information, visit www.ynhhs.org or the state’s website, bit.ly/ctvaccine.

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