COVID-19 VACCINE

Mid-State Health Center in Plymouth can now be chosen as a site for vaccine through the VINI system for patients 18 and older to receive the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.

VACCINATION AT MID-STATE

Mid-State Health Center in Plymouth can now be chosen as a site for vaccine through the VINI system for patients 18 and older to receive the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.

To be vaccinated at Mid-State, go to www.vaccines.nh.gov and choose “Mid-State Health Center” for your facility. Vaccine will be administered in your vehicle. 

 

WHEN YOU ARRIVE AT YOUR APPOINTMENT:

• Enter our parking lot and drive around the loop. COVID-19 Vaccine is located in the front of the building on the left side of our main entrance.

• Park in an available spot and stay in your car

• Our staff will meet you at your car to administer your COVID-19 Vaccine.


INFORMATION FOR CURRENT PHASE:

All New Hampshire residents over the age of 16 are eligible to register for the COVID-19 Vaccine:

Visit vaccines.nh.gov to register via the State of New Hampshire’s VINI system. 

JOHNSON & JOHNSON (JANSSEN) VACCINE

On Tuesday, April 13, 2021 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a joint statement calling for a “pause” in the administration of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine. The pause comes after reports of a rare and severe form of blood clot in six patients, women ages 18-48, within several days of receiving the J&J vaccine.

While Mid-State Health Center is currently using the Moderna vaccine, some of our patients and community members may have received the J&J vaccine at our pharmacy partner, Genoa Health. 

If you have received the J&J vaccine:

The adverse reactions are extremely rare. The six cases of blood clots are among 7 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine administered nationally (less than one in a million).

If you develop any of the following symptoms within three weeks after receiving the J&J vaccine, call your primary care provider:

  • severe headache
  • abdominal pain
  • leg pain
  • shortness of breath

Read the State of New Hampshire’s Public Address

WHAT YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW

Stay informed.

Check this page for the latest updates on the vaccine at Mid-State

Continue to keep each other safe.

Please continue to keep each other safe and limit the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. 

• Wear a mask when in public places

• Wash your hands often

• Practice social distancing

Avoid calling your provider’s office directly for information about the vaccine. 

For questions about COVID-19, including vaccinations:

Call 603-271-5980 or 2-1-1

Or visit nh.gov/covid19

 

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