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ICYMI: Sununu’s Vaccine Rollout Was “Rocky” and “Harder Than it Should Have Been”

In Case You Missed It, multiple New Hampshire news outlets reported on the problems Granite Staters are experiencing with Governor Sununu’s Vaccine & Immunization Interface (VINI) system. Here’s what they had to say:

“The new state-managed vaccination scheduling system had a rocky rollout Monday morning.”

“On the first day all those over 50 years old could sign up for the vaccine under Phase 2B, many residents said during the first few hours that they were having difficulty signing up.”

“New Hampshire's new vaccine registration system struggled to meet demand in its first big test Monday.”

“One reader who posted on Seacoastonline's Facebook page, stated, ‘I spent 90 minutes clicking next and re-engaging the captcha before I finally got through. I am relieved to have an appointment in the not too distant future, but boy that process was harder than it should have been.’”

“The start of the next phase of New Hampshire's COVID-19 vaccination program got off to a bumpy start Monday when Granite Staters ran into error messages while trying to book appointments.”

“People in Phase 2B, which includes Granite Staters age 50 or older, encountered problems with the state's vaccination registration website, VINI, and others who called 211 could not get through on the phone.”

“New Hampshire’s new COVID-19 vaccination scheduling website is struggling under heavy demand Monday as residents aged 50 to 64 in the state seek to schedule their vaccines.”



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