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Yale Daily News

YNHH terminates 94 employees who refused to receive COVID-19 vaccinations

On Oct. 18, Yale New Haven Health’s human resources department sent notices of termination to 94 employees who refused to comply with a COVID-19 vaccine mandate. In late July, YNHH instated a vaccine mandate for all of its employees, requiring them to receive two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine by Oct. 1. Employees could apply for religious or medical exemptions during that time. Throughout the first three weeks of October, employees without proof of vaccination or approved exemptions received verbal and written warnings. On the evening of Oct. 18, the 94 non-compliant employees received formal letters of termination.
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Where to find the COVID-19 vaccine in New Haven

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in New Haven: 1. 1245 Chapel St (203) 777-2227; 2. 215 Whalley Ave (203) 401-4661; 3. 325 Ferry St 203-777-0695; 4. 249 Legion Ave 203-492-0090; 5. 112 Amity Rd 203-389-8863; 6. Air Rights Parking Facility, 53 Park St #1A 203-777-7809;
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NBC Connecticut

94 Yale New Haven Health Employees Facing Termination Over Covid-19 Vaccine

As of Monday afternoon, 94 Yale New Haven Health employees are subject to termination for failing to comply with Covid-19 vaccine requirements, health system officials confirmed. The original deadline for Yale New Haven Health employees to submit proof of Covid-19 vaccination was October 1. The consequences for non-compliance started with...
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WTNH.com

How to prepare kids ages 5 to 11 for COVID-19 vaccine

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Earlier this month, Pfizer asked the FDA for emergency use authorization for the COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11, and a decision is imminent. “If the kids are nervous, it’s an issue of trying to normalize it like the flu shot,” Dr. Ryan...
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Middletown Press

New Milford seeks state contract for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

NEW MILFORD — Local health director Lisa Morrissey is focused on getting COVID-19 vaccines out to New Milfordites and their neighbors quickly and efficiently, and this month, she’s got her eye on securing a state COVID-19 vaccine administration contract to do just that. Obtaining this contract would allow the town...
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EurekAlert

COVID-19 vaccine acceptance, access among Black, Latinx communities

What The Study Did: These findings suggest that community-informed insights may inform health care strategies to maximize vaccine acceptance and access in communities hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Authors: Lilanthi Balasuriya, M.D., of the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, is the corresponding author. To access...
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GreenwichTime

Moderna has no plans to share its COVID-19 vaccine recipe

ROME (AP) — Moderna has no plans to share the recipe for its COVID-19 vaccine because executives have concluded that scaling up the company's own production is the best way to increase the global supply, the company’s chairman said Monday. In an interview with The Associated Press, Noubar Afeyan also...
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Register Citizen

COVID boosters in high demand in CT - but there's ample supply, officials say

While providers say demand for COVID boosters has been high, the infrastructure and process honed over the last nine months appears to have eased the rollout. A little more than two weeks into the process, few issues have been identified as thousands seek boosters to address potential waning COVID-19 immunity heading into one of the worst times of year for respiratory diseases.
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