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Important Vaccine Eligibility Updates

March 31, 2021

NVU Community:

Some important vaccine updates to be aware of:

  • All Vermonters and out of state students 16 and older who are Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) — and their entire households — will be eligible to register for a COVID-19 vaccine starting Thursday, April 1. Out of state BIPOC students should use their campus address to register.
    • “Starting April 1, If you or anyone in your household identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC), including anyone with Abenaki or other First Nations heritage, all household members who are 16 years or older can also sign up to get a vaccine. People can sign up online, by calling the Health Department, signing up through a participating pharmacy or making an appointment at a BIPOC household focused clinic using the forms or phone numbers below.” –
  • Vermonters aged 50 and up can now register for vaccine appointments. Vermonters aged 40 and up can register starting April 5.
  • Vermonters and out of state students age 16 and up with high-risk conditions can register for vaccine appointments now. As of March 31, parents and primary caregivers of children with high-risk health conditions who are too young to get vaccinated are included in this group.
  • All Veterans are eligible for the vaccine now through a special program offered by the White River Junction VA Healthcare System. You do not need to be a member. Please call 802-296-5151 to make an appointment.
  • We are waiting for a decision from the state regarding vaccination for out of state students that do not fit the categories above.

Full vaccine eligibility info here:

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Please reach out to me for any assistance.

Jonathan Davis
Dean of Students
Northern Vermont University