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COVID-19 vaccinations for NH first responders begin in Rochester

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Dozens of Strafford County first responders and ambulatory care providers received COVID-19 vaccines Tuesday during the first day of operations at the state’s new vaccination site in Rochester.

Strafford County Sheriff-elect Mark Brave and Chief Deputy Joe McGivern were among those who received drive-through vaccinations after the appointment-only site opened Tuesday morning. 

The sites aren’t open to the general public. The public’s vaccinations will be coordinated through local primary care providers, according to state health officials.

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