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About

Hey Hartford!
Get Vaccinated.

This website is to help you share correct information about vaccination with your family, friends, and community. It is full of information and resources available for you or your organization to download, print, and post in your communities, or share on social media to spread the word that vaccination is the key to get back to normal.

Catholic Charities is grateful for the opportunity to partner with our friends from the United Way for Central and Northeastern Connecticut to promote COVID-19 vaccination rates in Hartford.

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All the resources below are free to download and use. Please add your logo and information, but please do not remove the United Way and Catholic Charities logos.

THE FACTS

SAVE LIVES!

Is the vaccine safe?
Current data from the manufacturers for the vaccine, validated by the FDA, strongly indicate that the vaccines are safe and effective. These vaccines are undergoing the same rigorous clinical trial protocols and safety evaluations that have been used for years and that have been proven effective for other vaccines we commonly use in the U.S. There are no reported serious safety concerns from the current vaccines. As is their practice, the CDC and FDA will continue to monitor the vaccine.

Vaccination Clinics & Events

CITY OF HARTFORD DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
(No Appointment)

131 COVENTRY STREET. HARTFORD
QUESTIONS? CALL 860.757.4830

March 2021

A New Hope And The Rise Of The Delta Variant

2021 begins with a race to vac­cinate. Cases and deaths begin to fall, but the variants are still a growing threat. Vaccine rollout is uneven, and there is confusion about when to wear masks.

May 2021

The Variant Threat

The Delta variant is the most contagious version yet of the coronavirus ravaging unvaccinated populations, and endangering children.

November 2021

Protection For Children

28 million American children between the ages of 5 to 11 years old are now eligible to receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine

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COVID-19 BY THE NUMBERS

18

Months

Connecticut Deaths 8,809
Click on the map to see up-to-date State Covid information.

Social Share Resources

Get Vax! Share these life-saving messages with your family and friends on social media. Share your immunization story to help keep everyone safe.

Consider adding a photo frame to your Facebook feed to encourage others to vaccinate.

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