After the success of the mass vaccination site at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway a few weeks ago, the state has decided to give it another go.

According to a press release from the New Hampshire governor's office, Saturday, March 27, and Sunday, March 28, will be another appointment-only chance to get a COVID vaccine at the raceway in Louden.

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

“Just a few weeks after hosting our first mass vaccination site and just days after opening Phase 2B, New Hampshire is moving full speed ahead with our second mass vaccination site,” said Governor Chris Sununu in the press release. “This weekend is yet another opportunity for the State of New Hampshire as we continue to get doses into arms as quickly as the federal government delivers them.”

Phase 2B, which allows those 50 and older to sign up for a vaccine, began Monday, March 22.

The governor's office said that the goal is to vaccinate 8,000 people at the mass site this weekend. It added that it will be the Pfizer vaccine distributed during that time.

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

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