COVID-19 Vaccine and Boosters at APD


Anyone aged 5 and older can request a vaccine appointment at APD. Simply call (603) 442-5612, self-schedule through myD-H, or speak with your care team while you are here.

  • If you aren't near APD, please know there are more than 500 locations across the State offering the vaccine, and many locations offer walk-in service without the need for an appointment. Find COVID-19 vaccination sites near you.

  • Please keep your vaccination card. It is the official record of your COVID-19 vaccination status.

It is critical to get as many people as possible vaccinated if we want to see an end to this pandemic. Vaccines will help to protect our children, loved ones, and community members from COVID-19.

If you have been vaccinated, we urge you to share your experience with someone you care about who isn’t vaccinated. Tell them why you got vaccinated and encourage them to do so. If you have not yet been vaccinated, there are many opportunities to do so. Getting vaccinated will not only protect you, but it will benefit those you love and those around you.

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.

  • Vaccines are given by appointment only, no walk-in service is provided.
  • Vaccine appointments can be scheduled using your myD-H account

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Please check this page often for updates about scheduling pediatric COVID-19 vaccines and refer to D-HH's frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11. 

All COVID-19 boosters are available for eligible patients.

Booster vaccines are now available for patients who have undergone their primary vaccination series of Pfizer or Moderna at least six months ago; and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) at least two months after the first dose.

Please self-schedule your appointment through myD-H, or call (603) 442-5612 to request an appointment.

Please keep in mind:

  • Boosters are also widely available at pharmacies and other retailers.
  • Patients must present their vaccination cards at their booster appointment..
  • Patients younger than 65 years of age will be asked to self-attest to their eligibility for a booster based on medical condition or increased risk of COVID-19 exposure and transmission due to occupation.

There is no data suggesting that side effects from the boosters are different than those experienced with the primary vaccine doses. Please review the vaccine booster information available from the CDC.

Stay informed. 

Keep each other safe.

Wear your mask, clean or sanitize your hands, and practice social distancing while we work toward community immunity.

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