New Hampshire is opening its coronavirus vaccine appointments to everyone Monday, regardless of what state people live in.
Appointments are available for people from all states, including all of New England, through vaccines.nh.gov or by calling 211.
Gov. Chris Sununu announced on April 8 that the Granite State would expand eligibility to people 16 and older, regardless of residency.
When he made the announcement, Sununu said there were still 240,000 first dose appointments available to schedule between April 8 and Memorial Day, allowing plenty of opportunity for Granite State residents to schedule an appointment, or move up their appointments to an earlier date if they choose to.
Sununu had come under fire for not allowing out-of-state college students to be vaccinated, but with the majority of Granite Staters signed up for their shots and already prioritized, the governor said it was time to be a good neighbor.
His changing tune drew praise from parents of out-of-state college students on Twitter, and there has also been major support from Massachusetts residents who live on the border.
All New Hampshire residents age 16 and older have been eligible to receive the vaccine since April 2.