CONCORD – After opening registration for Saturday, January 8’s Booster Blitz, 6,091 Granite Staters had registered for appointments as of 3:30 p.m.

Registration is now open at Appointments can be made for up to five people at a time through one account. Over 7,000 appointments remain available at several of the sites for New Hampshire residents age 16 and older.

“Our first Booster Blitz was wonderfully successful, and with over 6,000 Granite Staters signed-up for an appointment in just the first few hours of today’s registration, we are confident this next round will be just as successful,” said Governor Chris Sununu. “For those still looking to get their booster shot, this is yet another convenient and easy resource.”

Sites will be located at the following locations:

• Ashland: Former liquor store, 46 Main Street

• Berlin: White Mountain Community College, 2020 Riverside Drive

• Claremont: Former liquor store, 367 Washington Street

• Concord: Police Standards and Training, 17 Institute Drive

• Exeter: Exeter High School, 1 Blue Hawk Drive

• Keene: 62 Maple Avenue

• Laconia: Lakes Region Community College, 379 Belmont Road

• Manchester: Memorial High School, 1 Crusader Way

• Milford: Milford High School, 100 West Street

• Rochester: Spaulding Commons, 306 North Main Street

• Salem: Salem Jr. High School (Woodbury School), 206 Main Street

• Tamworth: Community Action Program Building, 448 White Mountain Highway

• West Lebanon: Former JC Penney, 250 N. Plainfield Road, Unit 202

• North Haverhill: Horse Meadow Senior Center, 91 Horse Meadow Road

Appointments at Booster Blitz locations are by appointment only. Walk-in appointments will not be taken. Individuals without an appointment are asked not to arrive at the Booster Blitz locations, so as to avoid delays.

Only booster shots will be available at Booster Blitz locations; first and second-dose vaccinations will not be offered.

In addition to the Booster Blitz locations, four walk-in fixed vaccination sites are open. The Chalet on East Milan Road in Berlin is one of them. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. First, second, and booster doses are available. No appointments are necessary. Please note that these sites will not be open to walk-ins on Saturday, Jan. 8, the day of the Booster Blitz.

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