Starting Monday, Connecticut residents 75 and older who don’t live in a long-term care facility can roll up their sleeves and get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
But as with most things pandemic-related, it won’t be as simple as calling the family doctor. In fact, the state’s Chief Operating Officer Josh Geballe has warned residents to not call their doctors.
Instead, Gov. Ned Lamont’s office has promised residents a website and phone number they’ll be able to call to set up an appointment. More details on those options is expected to be released later on Thursday.
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