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Everything you need to know about getting a COVID-19 booster in New Hampshire

photo of vaccine vials
Gabriela Lozada

If you have questions about COVID-19 booster shots in New Hampshire, we have answers.

Keep track of our COVID-19 coverage here.

Am I eligible to receive a booster shot?

If you are 12 years and older and are fully vaccinated, you are eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot.

People who received the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in their initial series are eligible for a booster six months after their second shot, those who received the Pfizer vaccine are eligible five months after their second shot, and those who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are eligible two months after their first shot.

Where can I get my booster shot? 

To find a COVID-19 booster shot in New Hampshire, visit the state's vaccination website here.

On-site Medical Services, a New Hampshire-based company contracting with the state, has opened four fixed sites, open only for walk-in appointments. The locations are open Monday-Friday 10:00am-7:00pm and Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm.

ASHLAND: Exit 24 off of I-93, 13 West St

BERLIN: The Chalet at 161 East Milan Road

CLAREMONT: Former NH State Liquor Store at 367 Washington Street

ROCHESTER: Spaulding Commons at 306 North Main Street.

The state’s mobile vaccine van is also offering booster doses. The schedule for the walk-in van clinics can be found here. Local regional public health networks are also coordinating community clinics and mobile events.

Individuals who may need a booster shot administered in their home can:

  • Call the Home Based Call Center at (603) 338-9292  (Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
  • Fill out the online form 
  • Email 

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Corrected: October 21, 2021 at 4:55 PM EDT
Due to an editing error, this article originally appeared with a photo of a testing clinic. We've updated the photo and regret the error.
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