COVID-19 Vaccinations - Questions & Answers

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Welcome to the State of New Hampshire’s  FREE COVID-19 vaccinations serviced by 
On-site Medical Services

Question:
What do I need for a child (age 5-17) to be vaccinated?

Answer:

Parent or guardian must be present at the time of vaccination.

If a parent or guardian is unable to be present, they must fill the NH DHHS Consent to Administer COVID-19 Vaccination to Persons Under 18 form. The completed form must be brought to the clinic with an adult accompanying the child and the parent or guardian must provide verbal consent over the phone prior to vaccination.

Parent or guardian should have state issued ID​.

Parent should register child in VINI prior to visit to expedite care. 

Already have a VINI account? Click HERE


Need to create a VINI account? Create a new VINI Account 

Instructions on how to make a VINI account.

Don't have a smartphone or computer? Call 211 and an account will be created for you.

Question:
How do I get verification of a COVID-19 vaccination record?

Answer:

Simply click HERE and follow the instructions.

Question:
Which vaccinations do you have?

Answer:

Moderna
Janssen (J&J)
Pfizer (for minors and adults)

Question:
How old do you have to be to get the COVID-19 vaccination?

Answer:

Any individual aged 5 years and older may get vaccinated. Individuals aged 5-17 may only receive a Pfizer formulation of the vaccine.

Question:
How do I get verification of a COVID-19 vaccination record?

Answer:

Simply click HERE and follow the instructions.

Question:
I have a question that do not appear on this page?

Answer:

Please click HERE for more question and answers on the State of NH website.

Questions?
Call 603-826-6500

On-site Medical Services, LLC. is a privately held company. The COVID-19 vaccination program is financed under a contract with the State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, with funds provided in part by the State of New Hampshire and/or such other funding sources as were available or required, e.g., the United States Department of Health and Human Services.