As some seniors struggle to make appointments for second doses of the COVID vaccine, the state is working to stamp out system glitches

Mikaela Coady, a physician assistant with Priority Urgent Care of Ellington, fills a syringe with a dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic at St. Bernard Church in the Rockville section of Vernon Thursday, Jan. 28. The one-day clinic was set up in partnership with the town of Vernon in an effort to reach out to the community to make it easier for seniors age 75 and over to get the vaccine. They dispensed 100 doses.  |   photo by: Cloe Poisson :: CTMirror.org