Anyone In The Country 16+ Can Now Get A COVID-19 Shot In New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Starting Monday, New Hampshire is allowing anyone to get a vaccine in New Hampshire if they are more than 16 years old. This includes residents of other states like Massachusetts.

New Hampshire opened up full universal eligibility to state residents on April 2.

The opening follows an intense debate in the state over whether to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to out-of-state students who are learning in New Hampshire colleges and universities.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that the state had given a first dose of the vaccine to around 60% of its 16-plus population as of Monday.

Those who want a vaccine will still need a vaccine appointment.

New Hampshire lifted its mask mandate on Friday.

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