NH to close state-managed COVID-19 vaccination sites

March 16, 2022 GMT

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire is going to close its state-managed COVID-19 vaccination sites and demobilize most of its mobile vaccination teams on March 31.

“The effort over the last one and a half years to get our residents vaccinated has been an immense success,” Gov. Chris Sununu said in a statement Wednesday.

The state opened 11 fixed vaccination sites between December and January, and mobile vaccination teams grew to seven.

The state sites will close in Ashland, Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Keene, Laconia, Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, Salem and Stratham.

COVID-19 vaccines remain available through medical providers, pharmacies, urgent care centers and the three remaining mobile vaccination clinics.

The state closed its seven state managed COVID-19 testing sites on March 15 as cases of the virus dropped.