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State announces self-scheduling for COVID-19 booster doses

Department of Health also announces new vaccine information website 

Santa Fe--The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) on Thursday announced that New Mexicans registered at are now able to self-schedule their booster doses. Users who have received a first dose - either within the system or elsewhere - can log in, choose their location, and then select from booster appointments available to them. 

Our goal has always been to make registration and vaccination as easy as possible. Given an increase in vaccine supply, we are now able to offer New Mexicans the ability to self-schedule their booster appointments,” said DOH Cabinet Secretary Dr. Tracie Collins. 

New Vaccine Website 

DOH also announced a new website that addresses frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccine, including eligibility, registration, and other health-related topics. The site also offers testimonials on COVID-19 vaccine from trusted voices in communities across New Mexico.    

The site is available at ( en español).

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