Vaccination for COVID-19 in New Hampshire is managed through the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, which determines priorities for vaccination and the distribution of vaccines. For information on New Hampshire's vaccine roll-out and updates about local vaccination efforts, please review the most recent information from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and their Vaccine Phase Check tool.
New Hampshire is currently vaccinating Phase 1b recipients. This group includes medically vulnerable individuals with significantly higher risk and two or more qualifying conditions. If you would like to be considered for this vaccination group, please review the list of qualifying conditions and schedule a visit Dartmouth College Health Services provider.
Dartmouth is eager to ensure opportunities for those students, faculty, and staff who have not already received a vaccine to be vaccinated as soon as possible. We are actively tracking vaccine developments and preparing to help distribute and administer vaccines if and when we are asked or permitted to do so. As we learn more in the coming weeks, we will share updates through our Community Conversations webcast, community emails, and social media.
At this time, the New Hampshire Department of Health is offering vaccine to New Hampshire residents only. Students who are able to receive vaccine in their home state may wish to consider delaying return to campus until after the second dose. Dartmouth College is currently unable to facilitate immunization, first or second dose, for out of state students. New Hampshire residents returning to campus who have already received a first dose of vaccine and are already registered with the Centers for Disease Control Vaccine Administration Management System may access that website directly to schedule the second dose.
Students who do receive vaccine are requested to submit documentation of vaccination via email to Dick's.House.Medical.Records@Dartmouth.edu or fax, 603-646-9410.