Covid-19 Vaccination sign up InformationThere is a lot of information here - Please read it carefully. If you have questions, call 2-1-1, the Covid Vaccine hotline.
AGE 65+ VACCINATION APPOINTMENT WEBSITE NOW OPEN -- The State of New Hampshire has started scheduling vaccination appointments for individuals within Phase 1B, which includes:
- NH residents age 65 and over
- NH residents who are medically vulnerable and at significant risk – including family caregivers for those under 16
- NH residents with developmental disabilities who receive services in a congregate residential setting, as well as staff in those settings
- Corrections officers and staff
- Populations who experience health disparities
For those unable to schedule an appointment online, the 2-1-1 Hotline remains available, 7 days a week, 6 am to 10 pm. That call center is staffed by 300+ people, but the wait times can be 45 minutes or more.
If you do not have a cell phone and you choose register online, please note that the [cell phone] field is marked as required. You should put your landline phone number in this field. We have confirmed this through 2-1-1.
For residents of New Hampshire that are not 65+ but meet the definitions provided to be part of Vaccination Phase 1b (found in the above link), the process is slightly different. However, the same forms are filled out and it might benefit you to read all the way through the information provided here.
- Individuals do not need one of the documents listed below to register, but will need to bring at least one of the following documents 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.
Your Primary Care Physician is generally the person who determines your eligibility (outside of age related eligibility) and forwards that on to the State. If you have questions, you should check in with your Primary Care Physician.
If you have multiple conditions/physicians, you may receive emails from those offices informing you that you have been designated as eligible. In one case, there were emails from four separate physician offices letting the patient know that the offices had submitted paperwork regarding their eligibility.
Once the State has been notified and confirmed eligibility, you should receive a couple of emails. One will be from the CDC (or VAMS, the Vaccine Administration Management System). It will look something like this.
Following the link in that email will take you to the registration process.
BEFORE you go there, you should also receive an email from onsolve.com which provides the following guidance for completing your registration. You may receive these emails in any order. The email from onsolve.com can be seen here. If you cannot find the email from onsolve.com, check your spam folder.
The registration process requires what is called "two-factor authentication" which means they will ask for your email address and then send you a code. You will have to open the email with the code and then enter the code back into the Registration site. Leave your browser open, on the registration page, and ready for the code when you check your email in another tab.
When you have successfully registered, you will be presented with the option to schedule your vaccination. Refer to the email from onsolve.com for help, or call 2-1-1.
Latest State of NH guidance (1/26/2021) here.
We are available to help here at the Library as well. If you would like assistance with this process, please call or come by and let us know.