3 more Granite Staters die of COVID-19, 113 new cases confirmed – WMUR Manchester

CONCORD, N.H.–.
3 more Granite Staters have passed away of COVID-19 as health authorities revealed 113 new validated cases in New Hampshire.
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Two of individuals who died were Merrimack County males and the 3rd was a female who lived in Hillsborough County. All were age 60 or older, health officials stated.
There have been 478 deaths credited to COVID-19 in New Hampshire.
Health authorities stated 59 of the new favorable cases were validated by PCR test, while 54 tested positive by antigen test. The day-to-day PCR test positivity rate was 1.1%.
There are 1,034 current cases of COVID-19 in the state.
Officials stated 4 new hospitalized cases were reported. There are 29 people presently hospitalized for COVID-19 in New Hampshire.
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All were age 60 or older, health authorities said.There have actually been 478 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in New Hampshire.Health authorities stated 59 of the brand-new favorable cases were confirmed by PCR test, while 54 checked positive by antigen test. The daily PCR test positivity rate was 1.1%. There are 1,034 existing cases of COVID-19 in the state.Officials said 4 brand-new hospitalized cases were reported. There are 29 people currently hospitalized for COVID-19 in New Hampshire.