Critics worry the state will someday make the COVID-19 shot mandatory for school-aged children.
The state is expected to get its first shipment of COVID vaccines as early as Dec. 14.
The panel is analyzing who should receive the first doses of a coronavirus vaccine and devising strategies for public outreach.
The elderly, people of color and those with underlying conditions could receive priority for a COVID-19 vaccine.
The data released by the state also shows the number of students claiming the religious exemption from vaccination shot up by 25% last school year.
Gov. Ned Lamont promised Monday to take the lead on the repeal of religious exemptions for school-age vaccinations.
The couple’s lawyer argued that school-level immunization data would be used as “a scare tactic to try to bully people into vaccinating.”
School officials have until Sept. 6 to report immunization data from 2018-19 to the health department. After that, the health department will process and sort the data, which is expected to take weeks.
The Department of Public Health continues to refuse to offer an opinion on whether politicians should wipe out the religious exemption to vaccines.
The health department would not say Monday whether it still plans to make public the latest school-by-school information. The data was expected to be released this month.
Dozens of immunization skeptics criticized the last-minute attempt to push through legislation that would dismantle the religious exemption, while hundreds more crowded into hearing rooms to listen to the testimony.
Legislative leaders are still deciding whether they will take up the hot-button issue of repealing the provision this year.