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State Clarifies Vaccine FAQs
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Issued by Bureau of Infectious Disease Control
Publish Date:
January 25, 2021

Concord, NH – Today, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services updated and clarified the state’s FAQs to note that only New Hampshire residents are eligible to receive the vaccine in the state of New Hampshire.

The question titled, “I am not a NH resident, but I own property in NH, am I eligible to receive the vaccine in New Hampshire?” has been updated and can be found on the Immunization website and below.

I am not a NH resident but I own property in NH, am I eligible to receive the vaccine in New Hampshire?

No, you are not currently eligible to receive the vaccine in New Hampshire. Individuals will need to bring at least one of the documents below when they arrive to get their vaccine:

  • Valid, unexpired NH Driver license or Non-Driver ID card.
  • A payroll check, payroll document, or employment contract showing individual’s legal New Hampshire address, dated within the last 60 days.
  • A government issued payment (ie. social security), showing individual’s legal New Hampshire address, dated within the last 60 days.
 
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