Mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics to reach rural NH

Published: 10/5/2022 1:16:00 AM
Modified: 10/5/2022 1:11:43 AM

Staff Report

CLAREMONT — Through a contract with the Claremont-based On-Site Medical Services, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has resumed mobile vaccination clinics and a home-based vaccination program, according to a news release.

The effort, which is federally funded through the American Rescue Plan and was approved by the Governor and Executive Council on Sept. 21, aims to make COVID-19 vaccines and booster doses more accessible to residents. It will run until March 2023.

Three mobile vaccination vans are available to provide free COVID-19 vaccines, including primary series and updated booster doses. Public and private clinics are to be available statewide and will be aimed at hard-to-reach populations, communities with health care coverage gaps and communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

The home-based vaccination program will visit any part of the state to provide free COVID-19 vaccines and booster doses to people who are unable or have difficulty leaving their home, or who have been advised by a medical provider that their health/illness could worsen by leaving their home.

To schedule a mobile vaccination clinic, which are available upon request for any group or employer at no cost, go to or call (603) 826-6500.

To make an appointment for a home-based COVID-19 vaccine or a booster dose, go to or call (603) 826-6500. Vaccination clinics and home-based appointments usually fill up a week or two in advance.

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