A Visual Guide to Waterbury’s Drive-Thru Vaccination Site

I got my first shot of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in Waterbury this morning. I have been taking photos throughout my trip to show you what you feel like doing and to give you some helpful tips should you decide to have a vaccination.

A few weeks ago, I was eligible for age by Connecticut standards. I signed up for the vaccine through the vaccine CDC VAMS website (Vaccine Administration Management System) and initially received an appointment in Shelton, CT in June. I booked the June appointment and found that every day after that, more appointments opened almost hourly and were much closer to my home.

On my fourth day of the trial, a number of people opened up at the bulk vaccination site at Post University’s Waterbury Hospital, and I was able to book appointments for my wife and me at 8 a.m. that morning, March 29, 2021. I took pictures of what happened next.

Every step of the vaccination at Waterbury

I really didn’t feel the shot, I just felt a slight sting when the vaccine was injected. Mrs. Large had the same experience. From now on, 6 hours after receiving my first dose, I am absolutely fine. They recommend that you take Tylenol while you wait in the parking lot after the shot in case you experience any side effects. I will update this article if anything changes.

Danbury Bennigan’s building is being demolished

Bennigan’s restaurant in Danbury, Connecticut has been closed for many years, but the building has remained empty. Hat City residents had to stare at the eyesore at a prominent spot on 106 Federal Road for far too long. Today (03/23/21) the building was demolished and I-95 was there to witness and take these exclusive pictures.

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