By Seth Burrell –
Gov. Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services have announced that four fixed COVID-19 vaccination sites will open across New Hampshire.
In a statement Governor Sununu said “With the winter surge upon us, we are opening every door of opportunity, including additional vaccination sites, so that New Hampshire residents can take proactive steps to help themselves, their friends, and their neighbors stay healthy,”
The fixed sites which open Tuesday, will be walk-ins, with no appointments needed. The sites are located in Berlin, Plymouth, Claremont and Rochester. While three of them are already up and running, the Rochester site will open Thursday.
Only 55% of the population in New Hampshire is fully vaccinated and just 61% has received at least one dose, according to state government data.l