Exeter Vaccination Site Moving from Exeter HS Location to Newington
The Exeter Vaccination site is on the move from Exeter High School to the former Sears location at the Fox Run Mall in Newington according to reporting from WMUR.com. Public Health Officials from the State of New Hampshire are hoping these assist Granite staters in obtaining the vaccination in a speedy manner. Getting the vaccination in the location of a former Sears store will bring a more dystopian feel to the experience but the space is vast and may help speed up the process of getting shots in arms.
With the launching of the new Vaccine and Immunization Network Interface, VINI for short, the demand for vaccinations is up with more New Hampshire residents hoping the vaccine will allow them to return to a more normal life. Currently, those eligible for a vaccine in the Phase 1A, Phase 1B, Phase 2A, and Phase 2B are underway according to WMUR.com. That means that Health Care workers, Long term care residents, people at risk due to an underlying condition, corrections officers, teachers, childcare workers, and people over 40 can receive their vaccinations.
As soon as April 2, all people over 16 can receive their vaccination and scheduling is going on right now for all those individuals. Now is the time to hop on VINI and schedule your vaccination, even if it isn’t your time yet, you can still set up your appointment. Make sure you prepare for your appointment by bringing your Driver’s license or non-driver ID to prove you are a New Hampshire resident and check the VINI website for any questions you have about scheduling. I can’t wait to get my shot!
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