COVID-19: Woodstock senior center’s annual meeting postponed due to cases

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Published: 10/25/2022 9:54:41 PM
Modified: 10/25/2022 9:54:42 PM

WOODSTOCK — The Thompson Senior Center has postponed its annual meeting due to “an uptick in positive COVID cases,” according to a Tuesday message from the center’s director.

“… We have decided that filling the conference room with a large group of people wouldn’t be the most prudent idea under the circumstances,” Deanna Jones, Thompson’s executive director, wrote in the email.

The meeting, originally scheduled to take place on Wednesday, has been postponed to Nov. 2 at 10:30 a.m.

The center remains open but asks those who attend to self-monitor for cold or flu-like symptoms. Those with symptoms or who have been exposed to a positive COVID case are asked to wait five days before returning. Masks are recommended for group activities.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics coming

ENFIELD — There are three upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinics on the New Hampshire side of the Upper Valley.

First, the Community Lutheran Church, 96 Main Street in Enfield, is hosting a clinic in its Fellowship Hall on Saturday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., according to an email from Jane Plumley, the clinic’s organizer.

Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available, as will primary series, third shots and boosters.

Adults must bring their vaccination card, if they have one, and their ID. Children must come with a parent or guardian who can sign a consent form along with an ID, such as a birth certificate, school ID or passport.

People can sign up to come during a one-hour time slot to receive their vaccination online at The clinic also will accept some walk-ins.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic also is coming to New London and Sunapee, according to DHHS’ Facebook page.

A clinic is scheduled to take place at the New London Fire Department, 237 Main Street, on Sunday from 2-6 p.m.

Another clinic is scheduled to take place at the Abbott Library, 11 Soonipi Circle in Sunapee, on Nov. 3 from 1-6 p.m.

The free clinics, which provide COVID-19 primary series vaccines and the updated booster vaccine, are walk-in only.

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