3/26/2021 Vaccine Update

Whole Life Health Care is committed to help you get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you are eligible.


All Granite Staters age 16 and older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination next week

  • To continue the staged eligibility by age and to spread out the volume over several days, registration next week is scheduled as follows:
    • Monday, 3/29 at 8am: 40 – 49 years old
    • Wednesday, 3/31 at 8am: 30 – 39 years old
    • Friday, 4/2 at 8am: Anyone 16 and older
  • To register, please go to https://vaccines.nh.gov

Vaccine registration for College Students

  • Only permanent NH residents are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in NH
  • If a resident of NH is a college student in another state and will be returning to NH after the semester ends, they can go to https://vaccines.nh.gov on or after April 2nd and schedule their vaccine for a date when they will be back in the state.

FAQ’s for anyone registering now

Scheduling Tip Sheet
What if I can’t get through to 2-1-1?
  • Be patient! There are a lot of people calling 2-1-1.
  • You could try at a different time of day. The operators are available 6am – 10pm, 7 days a week.
  • To call New Hampshire’s 2-1-1 line, you can also dial 603-271-5980.
What are the vaccine locations near me?
How do I prepare for my COVID-19 vaccine appointment?
Should I get the vaccine if I am sick?
  • Dr. Daly advised people who are sick, even with “just a cold”, to stay home and not get the vaccine.
Can I reschedule my appointment?
  • Yes! If you need to reschedule your appointment, you can log back onto VINI and change your appointment or call 2-1-1.
Still have questions?

NH Mask Mandate still in place
for 21 more days

  • Gov. Chris Sununu announced Thursday that the state’s mask mandate will continue to be in effect for at least 21 more days.
  • The governor said the mandate needs to stay in place because many vulnerable folks, including people 65 and older and other medically vulnerable individuals, aren’t fully vaccinated and there also has been a recent uptick of cases in the state.
  • The mask mandate first took effect Nov. 20, 2020. It requires anyone over the age of 5 to wear a mask in indoor or outdoor public spaces where they do not consistently maintain a physical distance of at least 6 feet from people outside their own households.

Do I need to wear a mask and avoid close contact with others if I am considered “fully vaccinated”?

  • A person is considered “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19 when they are 14 days or more after receipt of their second dose of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna), or 14 days or more after receipt of the single-dose Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine.
  • Generally, yes, you should still wear a mask and follow COVID safety protocols. For more specific information, please click on the following link from the CDC regarding Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People, including a Science Brief that discusses the rationale and evidence for the recommendations.
  • To protect yourself and others, everyone should continue to follow these recommendations:
    • Wear a mask over your nose and mouth
    • Stay at least 6 feet away from others
    • Avoid crowds
    • Avoid poorly ventilated spaces
    • Wash your hands often