Registration has been streamlined through NH's brand new vaccine registration website: Vaccine & Immunization Network Interface (VINI). When registering for the vaccine residents may experience slow wait times. This is normal as the website will be experiencing a very high volume of traffic. The NH Department of Health and Human Services has created the following video giving an overview of the new VINI system.
Credit NH DHHS
Vaccine appointment availability is dependent on supply. If you are unsure whether you qualify, you can quickly check your eligibility with the "Do I Qualify" feature on the COVID-19 Vaccine website.
Phase 2B: Begins March 22
Includes: People 50 years of age and older & anyone in Phase 1A, 1B & 2A
- March 22: Registration opens
- March 25: Appointments begin
Phase 3: Begins March 29
Phase three was originally split into two categories: Medically vulnerable people 50 years of age and younger who are at a moderate risk & anyone over the age of 16. However, Governor Sununu has said that there are hundreds of thousands of appointments available and that everyone will be able to get into the system and get a guaranteed time. Phase 3 will go as follows:
- Ages 40 - 49 can register beginning Monday 3/29
- Ages 30 - 39 can register beginning Wednesday 3/31
- Ages 16+ can register beginning Friday 4/2
If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 at your shop don't hesitate to submit a question here. If this is an urgent matter, please contact Nurse Case Manager Marta Silakka at 800-852-3372.
Information sourced from NHADA Platinum Partner WMUR-TV/WMUR.com New Hampshire. (View source here)