The Dover NH Fixed Vaccination Site Is Winding Down And Other COVID-19 Concerns
With just 23 days remaining for The Dover Fixed Vaccination Site at C&J Station in Dover, there's been one major indication that things are certainly winding down at that location.
Change In Hours Of Operation
When I first signed my parents up through the VAMS system back in February, the sites were operated from 8AM until 8PM.
When I received my initial shot in early April, The National Guardsman who was helping to process my vaccination, told me that the assigned time for my next shot was very flexible. If I needed to come in early, or late, the 8AM-8PM window would be open for me that entire day.
Now, the only remaining shots that are given at the fixed site are 'Second Shots Only' and since the pace of these shots will continue to slow as the closeout date of June 30th approaches, limiting the hours from 10AM-6PM makes perfect sense.
Strafford County, 58 Active Cases, June 4th
Another concern of mine is that the county in which live (Strafford) has the highest number of current active cases in the entire state.
At last week's NH's Response to COVID-19 Press Conference, they mentioned an outbreak at a long term facility in Rochester and since then, I have been focused like a laser beam on the daily active cases.
For those of you like me that check the NH.gov site about a dozen times a day, you've probably noticed that there hasn't been an update in over 2 and a half days. This is the longest stretch of time between updates that I can recall.
Hopefully, there will be an update this evening.
Usually, the site is very good at informing the public about delays or scheduling changes but, there hasn't been any updates of any kind for almost 70 hours.