Last Updated 4/16/2021
Due to an increased supply of COVID-19 vaccinations, the State of New Hampshire has expedited vaccine distribution and moved up the original timeline.
Beginning Monday, April 19th, anyone 16 years of age and older is eligible to register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of residency.
**a parent or guardian must accompany anyone under the age of 18 to their vaccination appointment
Visit vaccines.nh.gov to register.
Already registered, but need to schedule an appointment? Visit https://vini.nh.gov/providers/s/login/
After completing registration, you will receive an email prompting you to schedule a vaccination appointment. This email will come from the State of New Hampshire's Vaccine & Immunization Network Interface (VINI) and may be inadvertently filtered to your spam folder.
For those without access to internet, call 2-1-1 to register and schedule an appointment.
Vaccine Administration at LRH
Please follow signs for "Pre-Scheduled COVID-19 Vaccinations" as you approach the LRH campus, turning onto Hilltop Road and then making a left-hand turn to access the site. A staff member will greet you at the bottom of the hill to provide further instructions.
A valid photo ID for each person receiving the vaccine is required. A parent or legal guardian is required to provide consent for anyone under the age of 18. Please remember to wear something that will allow us to easily access your arm for vaccination through your vehicle window. Masks are required at all times.
Following vaccination, you will be required to park and remain for at least 15 minutes of observation. You will remain in your vehicle during this time and a member of our clinical staff will monitor you for symptoms of a reaction. Patients will be instructed to honk their horn if you are experiencing any symptoms of a reaction. Anyone with a history of previous reactions will be asked to stay for 30 minutes of observation.
Two of the three COVID-19 vaccines authorized for use require two doses to complete immunization. Patients will automatically be scheduled for their second dose following their first-dose appointment. Patients will be given an appointment card with second-dose appointment information at the time of receiving their first dose. There is no need to schedule a second-dose appointment online.
If you have questions related to the COVID-19 vaccine, call 2-1-1. This statewide resource is available for anyone with questions about side effects, vaccine availability, and vaccine safety and efficacy. 2-1-1 NH is available 24/7 with COVID-19 representatives available Monday through Friday, 8am-7pm and Saturdays, 8am-5pm. More information can also be found by visiting vaccines.nh.gov.
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