SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The New Mexico Department of Health has announced that those who are registered online at vaccineNM.org and are 40 years old and older can now schedule their own COVID-19 vaccine appointments. According to the DOH, users can now log into vaccinenm.org using their confirmation code and date of birth, choose their location and then select from available appointments.
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The department reports that event codes for New Mexicans 40 and older are no longer required however they are required for younger populations. “This has always been the goal- to provide New Mexicans as much flexibility as possible in scheduling their vaccine appointments,” said DOH Cabinet Secretary Dr. Tracie Collins in a press release. “And in the coming weeks, we intend to offer self-scheduling for all New Mexicans 16 years and older.”
DOH states that if a user doesn’t immediately find an available appointment, they should check back again at a later time. Providers are said to be continually updating appointment schedules. Seniors and individuals with disabilities can also call 1-800-432-2080 for support with registration and scheduling.