Vaccine FAQ

As of January 2021 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for two COVID-19 vaccines. Vaccines have begun to make their way to New Hampshire, however availability is limited.

  

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NHDHHS) has created a plan to distribute the vaccines as they become available. As manufacturers begin producing and delivering limited quantities of vaccines, NHDHHS has implemented a phased vaccination roll out. The vaccine should be available at no cost to all New Hampshire residents. Please note that during the early stages of vaccine allocation, the supply is limited and the process may take six to twelve months to get the full population fully vaccinated.
 

To assist Granite Staters who may have questions regarding vaccination, our office has gathered the following resources sourced from NHDHHS publications and trusted agency materials. 
 

You can learn more about New Hampshire’s vaccine distribution process by visiting the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) vaccine information website . As developments are announced please stay tuned to New Hampshire’s COVID-19 website, continuously updated by DHHS.
 

To get in contact with NHDHHS regarding vaccines, testing, or other COVID-19 questions you may contact the Department directly by:

Check https://www.vaccines.nh.gov/ to see which phase you fall into and to schedule an appointment. Starting on January 22nd the web portal will begin allowing residents in phase 1B to schedule a vaccination appointment, or by calling 211.