With two mass vaccination events under its belt, New Hampshire has decided to give it a go for a third time.

According to a press release from the New Hampshire governor's office, Saturday, April 10, and Sunday, April 11, will be another appointment-only chance to get a COVID vaccine at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Louden.

Those looking to sign up can register at http://vaccines.nh.gov or can schedule an appointment through their VINI account.

“Following a historic week of registration and scheduling for vaccine appointments which expanded eligibility to all NH residents 16+ last week, New Hampshire continues to move forward in getting doses into arms at a record pace,” said Governor Chris Sununu in the press release. “This weekend is another opportunity for thousands of Granite Staters to be vaccinated as quickly as possible.

The governor's office said that the goal is to vaccinate 12,000 people at the mass site this weekend. It added that it will be he Johnson & Johnson vaccine distributed during that time.

"The Pfizer vaccine will not be available at this location, and therefore, 16 and 17 year olds are not eligible to be vaccinated at this location," the press release stated.

Just remember, there are no walk-ins at this mass vaccine site. You must have an appointment.

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