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COVID-19 has disrupted both in-person learning and routine well-child visits for many children over the last year. As a result, many children have fallen behind on receiving recommended vaccines. We all want our kids to be back in school safely this fall, and that means getting caught up on vaccines that were missed over the last year. Health care providers are prepared to safely give children the vaccines they need. Call your doctor to be sure you and your family are up to date on all recommended vaccines.

Vaccine providers: A special issue of Academic Pediatrics is now available. This collection of articles from noted experts highlights effective strategies that vaccine providers and programs can use to help improve vaccination coverage among children and adolescents in the US and here in NH.


About the Immunization Program

The mission of the Immunization Program is to reduce or eliminate all vaccine preventable diseases in NH.

Through a combination of federal, state, and insurance funds, all NH children from birth through age 18 can receive all routinely recommended vaccines at no cost to the health care provider or family.

In addition, uninsured NH adults may get vaccine at no cost from enrolled and participating providers Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol.

The Immunization Program is a resource for healthcare providers, schools, childcare providers, families, and the general public. You can reach us at 603-271-4482 or

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