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ICYMI - Sununu’s Vaccine Rollout Was “Wobbly,” And “Off to a Bumpy Start”


In Case You Missed It, more New Hampshire news outlets reported on the problems Granite Staters experienced yesterday with Governor Sununu’s Vaccine & Immunization Interface system that was riddled with technical issues and crashed after not being able to handle the number of users on the system -- despite promises from Sununu that VINI could “absolutely” handle the number of people registering for the COVID vaccine in Phase 2b (click here for VIDEO of Sununu’s previous comments). See the front pages from New Hampshire news outlets and read what they had to say here:

InDepthNH: Sununu: Some Delays Scheduling Vaccinations; Dems Attack As ‘Unacceptable’

  • “Gov. Chris Sununu acknowledged delays in the state’s new vaccine registration system Monday as 200,000 new people aged 50 and older became eligible to sign up to get the COVID-19 vaccination but provided little other information.

AP: Website wobbly for NH vaccines

  • “Thousands of people experienced problems with the previous system, particularly in scheduling their second doses, and officials had expected the new system to avoid those woes. But it was beset with technical problems Monday morning, when registration opened to anyone age 50 and older.”

WMUR: Granite Staters struggle to schedule vaccinations; Sununu says system 'performed as expected'

  • “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.”





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