The New Mexico Department of Health has announced that children as young as six months old are now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccination, following approvals from the FDA and the CDC.
State health officials said pre-ordered doses of Moderna (two-dose primary series) and Pfizer (three-dose primary series) vaccines began arriving at New Mexico clinics Monday. There are reportedly more than 2,200 appointments currently available statewide. To schedule an appointment online, click here.
According to the state’s Department of Health, providers, including some pharmacies, are continually signing up and creating additional appointment availability as their requested vaccine allotment arrives.
Approximately 5,000 to 7,500 vaccine doses are expected to arrive by June 27 with “a steady flow to follow.”
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