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Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic at your library

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services' mobile vaccine van will be at the library providing Covid-19 vaccines, including booster shots on Wednesday, January 12 between 2-6pm. Anyone 5 years of age and older is invited to the clinic to receive a free Covid-19 vaccine. Booster doses will also be available.  The event will be held inside the library. To enter prior to 9am, please use the library's back entrance on the lower level. 

During this vaccine clinic, the following will be offered:

Additionally, mobile vaccination providers will be able to accommodate requests for heterologous dosing – persons eligible for boosting can choose which COVID-19 vaccine product they receive as a booster regardless of the vaccine product received for their primary series.

Individuals are invited to talk with providers at the event about whether a booster is right for them if they are unsure. The providers are happy to educate anyone who would like additional information.

 

Due to the high demand for vaccine and limited resources, we anticipate the maximum number of people to be vaccinated will be 100 people. Due to these limitations, the vaccine provider may stop the line from forming prior to the clinic end time. The vaccine provider will communicate to the vaccine recipients to help the clinic run smoothly. 

View the event page.

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