Vaccine eligibility to expand to all New Mexicans on Monday

Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine as seen at the Taos Living Center Jan. 4.

All New Mexicans ages 16 and up can now schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments at their leisure, the New Mexico Department of Health announced on Monday (April 26) in a press release. Residents can go to vaccineNM.org and log in using their birthday and confirmation number. After choosing a location, users can then select from a list of area appointments.

If for some reason an appointment is not available, the DOH is encouraging residents to check back a second time, as different care providers are constantly updating their schedules.

According to the press release, seniors and those with disabilities can call 800-432-2080 for help with any aspects of the vaccine scheduling or registration process.

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