New Hampshire’s Health Department says the swine flu vaccine is now being offered at pharmacies and at clinics organized by businesses and churches.
State Public Health Director Jose Montero says the state now has enough vaccine to bring it to people where it is most convenient for them to get it.
The state has administered over 260,000 does of the vaccine, most them delivered at public and school-based clinics throughout the state.
Montero said influenza activity has been stable over the last two weeks. He said he hopes to have 300,000 people vaccinated by Feb. 14.