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The most current upgrade from the N.H. Department of Health and Human Services on Nov. 1:.

133 new cases reported. The states COVID-19 deaths total 483.
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133 new COVID infections reported in New Hampshire.

Update: Sunday, Nov. 1, 6:45 p.m.

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No new deaths were reported. Up until now, 483 Granite Staters have actually passed away from the coronavirus.

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State health officials reported 133 new COVID-19 infections in New Hampshire Sunday. Of the brand-new cases, twenty-one clients are under the age of 18.

1 extra death, 205 brand-new infections.

State of Emergency Order Extended Again.

Those direct exposure dates are in addition to the possible direct exposure revealed formerly, which was in the bar and tavern location of Merrills Tavern, on Oct. 21-22.

State reports 126 new COVID infections.

Thirty-one of the brand-new infections are residents under the age of 18. There are 1,338 active coronavirus cases statewide, and 42 citizens presently in the health center for treatment. 2 brand-new hospitalizations were announced Saturday.

Extra possible exposure linked to Atkinson case.

The Department of Health and Human Services states it has determined the potential direct exposure occurred in the Merrills Tavern and Stagecoach Grille areas on Oct. 24 from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., on Oct. 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Oct. 26 from 4 p.m. to 9:45 p.m.

Gov. Chris Sununu has provided another executive order that extends the state of emergency situation in action to COVID-19 for another 21 days.

Update: Saturday, Oct. 31, 5:09 p.m.

Gov. Chris Sununu released a statement encouraging citizens to take precautions.

There are currently 30 citizens hospitalized with the virus. Active cases number 1,216.

– NHPR Staff.

Heres the states COVID-19 testing resources and locations.

And you can read more about the states contact tracing plan here.

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” The situation here in New Hampshire stays extremely severe, the data reveals that community transmission is increasing, and we expect cases to increase,” he stated in a declaration. “We should all remain watchful in our lives. As we go into these cold weather, it will be more crucial than ever to use your mask, practice social distancing, and keep appropriate hand health.”.

State health officials reported 126 new coronavirus infections Friday. Of the new cases, 21 patients are under 18 years of ages. The new infections cover all 10 New Hampshire counties.

The state has performed contact tracing, but it makes this announcement to reach anybody who might have remained in those locations on those dates. DHHS states those people must keep an eye on for possible signs, which include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, throwing up, diarrhea, and loss of taste or smell.

State health officials also announced one extra death, a woman from Hillsborough County, bringing the overall deaths in the state to 483.

New COVID-19 infections in the state surged Saturday to 205, the most reported in a single day in New Hampshire considering that the pandemic began.

. The state says there are additional possible exposures linked to a favorable COVID-19 case at the Atkinson Country Club.

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Update: Friday, Oct. 30, 3:59 p.m

Read the current order here.

– NHPR Staff.

This was expected. It is an extension of the executive order initially issued March 13, 2020, an emergency statement that came the same day as the president issued a federal emergency statement.

So far, 482 people have passed away from COVID-19 in New Hampshire.

Update: Friday, Oct. 30, 5:00 p.m.

4 extra deaths, 131 brand-new infections announced.

State to Require Restaurants to Collect Customer Names, Numbers.

Dr. Benjamin Chan, state epidemiologist, stated all 4 individuals were associated with long-lasting care facilities. The brand-new deaths bring the states coronavirus death overall to 482.

This will work on Saturday, Oct. 31.

Four more New Hampshire locals have actually passed away from COVID-19.

Gov. Chris Sununu states that, at the demand of the N.H. Lodging & & Restaurant Association, the state will need restaurants to collect information from customers – a name, phone number, and time of arrival – to help the states contact tracing group in signaling those who might have been exposed to COVID-19, in possible cases of community direct exposure.

” The procedure has worked effectively in other states across the nation,” he said at a press conference Thursday in Concord.

Chan revealed 131 brand-new positive test outcomes, and the state has averaged 110 brand-new cases every day over the previous week. There are 1,106 active cases statewide.

No brand-new hospitalizations were reported Thursday; 30 citizens are presently in the hospital due to the virus.

Sununu stated it will assist the state pre-identify people who have possibly been in contact with individuals who later on check favorable for the infection.

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Update: Thursday, Oct. 29, 3:09 p.m.

3 more deaths, 113 brand-new cases reported.

Update: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 5:27 p.m

– Sarah Gibson.

There are currently 29 locals hospitalized with the virus.

– NHPR Staff.

New data on trainee infections in New Hampshire.

Possible direct exposure linked to a case at Atkinson dining establishment.

Update: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 4:30 p.m.

Approximately 250 COVID-19 cases have been discovered in K through 12 schools up until now this year. About 50 of those are still active. There have actually likewise been a handful of clusters within schools, but state health authorities say the level of transmission within school buildings has actually been low, in part due to schools social distancing and mask guidelines.

” Even with the high variety of students and personnel that are being diagnosed, we have not seen a great deal of in-school transmission,” said state epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan on NHPRs The Exchange Wednesday.

State health authorities reported three more COVID-related deaths Wednesday. The patients were all residents over 60 years old. Two resided in Merrimack County, and one in Hillsborough County. So far, 478 individuals have passed away from the virus in New Hampshire.

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 113 brand-new coronavirus cases have been identified, bringing the states overall cases because the start of the pandemic to 10,641. 10 of the newly-identifed patients are under 18 years old.

The possible direct exposure happened in the bar and pub area on Oct. 21, from midday to 7:30 p.m., and on Oct. 22, from midday to 11:30 p.m. DHHS states it has actually performed contact tracing, and is alerted close contacts straight..

” And I believe that speaks with the two things: One is that the layers of defense that schools are implementing is working. And the second is that, you know, school can be performed safely face to face, whether thats full or personally or in hybrid.”.

. The state has actually released a public health advisory for possible COVID-19 exposure connected to a positive case at a dining establishment in Atkinson. The Department of Health and Human Services says this involves a case at Merrills Tavern at the Atkinson Resort and Country Club.

At UNH, the existing number of active cases is 28. Since it began keeping tabs in July, UNH has actually taped around 280 favorable cases among personnel, professors and trainees.

– NHPR Staff.

140 brand-new cases, 3 new hospitalizations reported.

The structure will be sanitized and all staff members will be evaluated before resuming, the dining establishment stated. Restaurant officials said there was the potential for exposure to the coronavirus in between Oct. 19-24 and encouraged anybody in the building at that time to be checked.

Update: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 3:01 p.m

Those in the restaurant market are preparing for a hard winter, as dining starts to return inside.

Update: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 4:11 p.m.

. A popular dining establishment in Raymond has shut down for 10 days, saying seven of its more than 120 staff members have actually checked positive for COVID-19. The Tuckaway Tavern & & Butchery posted online that it closed Sunday.

State reports 2 deaths, 77 new cases.

There are 1,002 present coronavirus cases in the state as of Monday, with 77 brand-new infections reported in numerous counties. Eight of the new cases are patients under 18 years of ages.

There were three brand-new hospitalizations, and 31 people are currently in the health center for treatment of the infection.

Twenty-five New Hampshire locals are presently hospitalized with the infection.

– Jordyn Haime.

Valerie Rochon, president of the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce, said, come December, not all businesses might be able to securely serve customers indoors. Protective equipment can set them back thousands of dollars.

Restaurant Owners Prepare, As Cold Weather Spells End To Outdoor Dining.

State health authorities announced 140 brand-new COVID-19 infections Tuesday, and 1,067 active cases statewide.

Upgraded: Tuesday, Oct. 27, 9:10 a.m.

. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services reported 2 more COVID-19 deaths Monday, bringing the states overall deaths to 475. The patients were both male locals of Hillsborough County.

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The staffers include a server, a chef, 2 prep cooks and 2 members of management. Dining establishment authorities stated all impacted employees were using masks while working, and are feeling OK.

Update: Monday, Oct. 26, 5:50 p.m

– NHPR Staff.

In Portsmouth, at least 6 dining establishments have actually reported positive cases of COVID-19 in recent weeks. City officials recently extended their assistance for outside dining through completion of November, in an effort to minimize neighborhood spread out within restaurants.

To date, New Hampshire has actually had 10,531 verified coronavirus cases, and 475 deaths. The state did not report any brand-new deaths Tuesday.

– NHPR Staff.

Raymond restaurant closes after 7 employees test positive.

” They dont have a lot of funds to buy a lot of plexiglass,” Rochon said. “So if they are on the fence, they may pass by to open inside your home. They may pick to do takeout rather.”.

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Rochon stated the city is working to find services for those services, like financial support or more 15-minute parking areas for those providing takeout.

92 brand-new COVID cases in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire health authorities are advising people who went to numerous establishments throughout the state to get tested for the coronavirus due to possible direct exposure. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services states a person who evaluated favorable for COVID-19 was at the Concord Casino.

Update: Sunday, Oct. 25, 5:05 p.m.

Authorities state individuals who were in the gaming table area during the night of Oct. 14 may have been exposed. Another person who went to Paddys American Grill in Portsmouth earlier this month has actually tested positive for the virus.

Health officials are likewise advising people to get tested if they were at La Vista Italian Cuisine in Lincoln on Oct. 17, 18, 20 and 22.

State warns of possible infection exposure at 3 facilities.

Update: Sunday, Oct. 25, 3:55 p.m..

State health officials announced Authorities new coronavirus brand-new in New Hampshire on Sunday. No new deaths were revealed.

– Associated Press.

Of the brand-new cases, twelve patients are under 18 years of ages, according the Department of Health and Human Services..

– NHPR Staff.

There are currently 23 residents hospitalized with the infection..

2 additional dead, 129 brand-new cases Saturday.

Of the new cases, 19 are under the age of 18. There are 946 active cases statewide. No new hospitalizations were reported; 19 citizens are currently in the medical facility.

– NHPR Staff.

The state likewise reported 129 new infections, bringing the overall validated cases because March to 10,238. There have actually been 473 deaths due to COVID.

Saturday, Oct. 24, 3:01 p.m

. The states brand-new assistance for hockey and indoor ice arenas needs coronavirus testing while ice rinks are closed and prior to Nov. 6. The compulsory testing is for all rink personnel, volunteers, coaches and personnel, referees, and professional athletes, according to the brand-new hockey and indoor ice arena assistance revealed by Gov. Chris Sununu.

Hockey athletics are permitted to resume Oct. 30, as long as the new COVID procedures are in place. The new rules include having personnel, volunteers and professional athletes use fabric face coverings at all times indoors, when athletes are not playing. Parents and spectators need to likewise wear a mask or face covering.

– NHPR Staff.

Two additional residents have actually passed away from COVID-19, state health authorities announced Saturday.

Manchester was home to 30 of the new cases. Other locations, broken down by the state, were: Rockingham County, 28; Hillsborough County, 24; Strafford County, 12; Merrimack County, 11; Belknap County, 8; Grafton County, 3; Carroll County, 2; and Cheshire and Sullivan counties, one each. The state is examining the home for 4 cases.

Hockey rinks were closed by the state and play suspended for a “time out” a week earlier after a wave of COVID-19 infections. State health officials reported at least 158 youth and adult players had actually checked positive for the virus..

Arenas are also needed to designate an individual to keep track of social distancing and compliance.

It is the largest single day case count because mid-May.

Hockey, Indoor Ice Arena Guidance Requires Testing.

Update: Saturday, Oct. 24, 4:21 p.m.

120 new infections, 1 extra death.

There are 896 present cases statewide.

A minimum of 4 people who have tested positive visited Daniel Street Tavern while potentially transmittable. The state says it identified potential community direct exposure took place in the bar area on the nights of Oct. 9, Oct. 14, and Oct. 15. A minimum of a single person who checked positive gone to The Goat, located on Congress Street in Portsmouth, while possibly infectious. The state says possible exposure occurred at the bar on Oct. 15, in between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. A minimum of five people who checked positive gone to The Draft Sports Bar in Concord while potentially transmittable. The state says prospective exposure occurred on Oct. 9, Oct. 11, and Oct. 14-18. DHHS says this is an active examination, and suggests anybody who visited The Draft considering that Oct. 9 ought to expect symptoms and seek screening should they develop. A minimum of 2 people who checked favorable visited The Barley House in Concord while possibly transmittable. The state says potential neighborhood exposure occurred in the bar location on Oct. 12-14, and Oct. 16. If they establish, anybody who went to since Oct. 12 needs to see for signs and look for screening. At least one individual who evaluated positive gone to Bantam Grill in Peterborough while potentially transmittable. The state says possible direct exposure took place in the bar area throughout the afternoon and evening of Oct. 13.
The state has carried out contact tracing on all cases, and is informing close contacts. The public notification looks for to inform anybody who might have been in those facilities on the particular dates and times.

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The Department of Health and Human Services states the restaurants are Daniel Street Tavern and The Goat Bar and Grill in Portsmouth, The Draft Sports Bar & & Grill and The Barley House in Concord, and Bantam Grill in Peterborough.

Update: Friday, Oct. 23, 3:02 p.m

. The University of New Hampshire is extending its winter season break for a week but eliminating spring break in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Like many schools, UNH is sending students home for Thanksgiving and then performing classes and final exams remotely in December.

State health authorities announced 1 extra death due to COVID-19 on Friday, and 120 brand-new infections. Validated cases considering that March topped 10,000.

There have been 417 deaths due to the infection since the pandemic started..

Update: Friday, Oct. 23, 4:31 p.m

UNH President James Dean states classes will resume on campus Feb. 1, a week later than initially scheduled. Some school buildings likewise will be closed in December and January to save cash on heating, but plans will be produced those who require to deal with school.

Fifteen citizens are presently in the medical facility for treatment. The state says its keeping an eye on 4,235 individuals in New Hampshire.

UNH to extend winter break & & cut spring break.

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DHHS alerts of possible direct exposure at 5 dining establishments.

– Associated Press.

Info from DHHS:.

. The state on Friday announced possible direct exposure connected to several dining establishments in three different communities.

Update: Friday, Oct. 23, 6:21 p.m.

1 more COVID death, 82 brand-new infections.

The guv also states 2,000 services have actually up until now requested CARES Act funds in a second round of the states Main Street relief program. The due date for services to look for the current round is Oct. 30.

The state said a male from Hillsborough County, who was 60 or older, was the most recent death.

Gov. Chris Sununu on Thursday announced an additional $2 million in CARES Act funding to support veterans services. The state previously dispersed $7 countless the federal money to community supports for veterans.

Active cases in New Hampshire presently number 832. The state likewise reported 82 extra COVID infections, bringing the total confirmed cases considering that March to just under 10,000.

State health officials reported that one more local has actually passed away from COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing New Hampshires death toll to 470.

There were two brand-new hospitalizations, and 18 citizens are presently in the hospital for treatment.

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Twelve of the new cases were people under the age of 18. Rockingham and Hillsborough counties were home to half of the new infections, with 28 and 14 cases, respectively.

Update: Thursday, Oct. 22, 3:10 p.m..

Sununu shared the below graphic to motivate Granite Staters to be familiar with possible scams. He states N.H. Employment Security programs stay protected.

More CARES Act Funds for Veterans.

1 extra death, 92 new COVID-19 cases.

Update: Wednesday, Oct. 21, 6:16 p.m.

The state reported 92 brand-new coronavirus infections, and 798 active cases throughout New Hampshire.

Considering that the pandemic began, there have actually been 9,917 overall cases verified in New Hampshire.

Health authorities announced one extra death from COVID-19 on Wednesday. He was identified just as a homeowner of Hillsborough County, who was 60 or older.

There were no new hospitalizations; 14 locals are currently in the healthcare facility due to the infection.

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85 brand-new cases, 2 new hospitalizations.

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Update: Sunday, Oct. 18, 5:20 p.m

N.H. announces 2 extra deaths, 90 new infections.

With Sundays brand-new overalls, there are now more active cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire (971) than at any time because mid-June. Deaths and hospitalizations have actually also been rising in recent days, though both stay far listed below the levels seen in late spring and early summer, when the pandemic was at its peak in New Hampshire..

State health officials announced 85 brand-new COVID-19 infections and two brand-new hospitalizations on Tuesday.

Enrollment declines at numerous New England colleges during the pandemic are putting more pressure on economically struggling organizations.

Number of Active Covid-19 Cases In State Double In Two Weeks.

Update: Friday, Oct. 16, 1:33 p.m.

State health officials announced Authorities new coronavirus cases in New Hampshire on Sunday. The states brand-new guidance for hockey and indoor ice arenas requires coronavirus testing while ice rinks are closed and prior to Nov. 6.

– NHPR Staff.

Update: Tuesday, Oct. 20, 6:40 p.m.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services reported two more COVID-19 deaths Monday, bringing the states overall deaths to 475. Update: Sunday, Oct. 25, 5:05 p.m.

– NHPR staff.

– Associated Press.

There were 90 brand-new cases reported, and 894 present cases diagnosed throughout New Hampshire.

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There were 16 residents in the healthcare facility Tuesday for treatment of the virus.

There have been 465 COVID-19 deaths considering that the pandemic began. The state said a guy and a female from Hillsborough County, both 60 or older, passed away from the virus.

Pandemic affecting college registrations in New England.

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Update: Friday, Oct. 16, 5:10 p.m.

The state has actually conducted a contact investigation and notified close contacts straight. DHHS says anybody who checked out the dining establishment between the above dates should look for testing.

Update: Saturday, Oct. 17, 4:31 p.m.

State health officials reported 126 new coronavirus brand-new Friday. The brand-new infections span all ten New Hampshire counties.

Two additional homeowners have actually died from the coronavirus, state health authorities announced Friday..

DHHS has actually carried out contact examinations on cases associated with this possible neighborhood exposure and is alerting understood close contacts straight. However, DHHS is making this public alert because there may be extra people at the area during those times and days who were exposed to the coronavirus and ought to keep track of for signs and get evaluated.

The Department of Health and Human Services revealed a woman from Hillsborough County, determined only as being 60 or older, died from the virus. There have been 466 deaths in the state because the coronavirus pandemic started.

State health authorities announced 112 new COVID-19 cases and one additonal death on Saturday. Its one of the most significant daily infection numbers the state has actually tape-recorded given that May – and each of New Hampshires counties had at least one case to report.

The state reported one brand-new COVID-19 death Sunday, bringing the states overall deaths to 467. The patient who passed away was a male citizen of Merrimack County.

There were 824 current coronavirus cases across New Hampshire. The daily positivity rate for the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests was.9%, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

The New England Commission of Higher Education says the number of full-time graduate and undergraduate trainees plummeted by more than 20% this September compared with the previous year at more than two dozen colleges and universities throughout the region.

– NHPR Staff.

Update: Friday, Oct. 30, 5:00 p.m.

On the other hand, hockey families will be off the ice for a while in New Hampshire and Vermont after the governors shut down skating rinks since of numerous break outs.

One death, 57 new cases of COVID in New Hampshire.

Update: Saturday, Oct. 17, 3:01 p.m.

The state has no brand-new hospitalizations to report; 16 locals are currently in the healthcare facility for treatment. Given that March, the state has recorded 9,514 coronavirus cases.

There were no new hospitalizations; currently there are 18 residents in the hospital due to COVID-19..

The number of existing cases statewide has actually doubled over the previous 2 weeks, from about 450 to now more than 900.

State health officials revealed Friday they have actually identified a COVID-19 break out that may have exposed clients of a Hudson restaurant.

. The state Department of Health and Human Services reported 70 new cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire Sunday, a number that included 12 patients under the age of 18.

At least 17 cases are associated with the outbreak. The state, in its announcement, reported the outbreak includes “one person who went to the facility while knowledgeable about their COVID-19 diagnosis when they were supposed to be on seclusion, and a 2nd individual who went to the establishment when they were knowingly supposed to be on quarantine, both of whom potentially exposed others.”.

– NHPR Staff.

State: Hudson restaurant clients might have been exposed to outbreak.


Update: Monday, Oct. 19, 5:00 p.m.

The potential exposures at Fat Katz Food and Drink on the Derry Road occurred between Oct. 2 and Oct. 9, according to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services.

When play resumes, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott states gamers will be asked to use masks.

State health officials reported one brand-new coronavirus death Monday. The client was a female citizen of Rockingham County.

The New Hampshire Attorney Generals workplace is examining several offenses of the states food service assistance.

Of the brand-new cases, 21 are under 18 years of ages. Counties reporting the most cases: Rockingham, 24; Merrimack; 22; Hillsborough, 12. Manchester had 21, and Nashua 12.

The state also reported 57 brand-new favorable test results for the coronavirus, bringing total active cases in the state to 1,020. Far, 468 New Hampshire residents have passed away from the virus.

No brand-new deaths were reported. Because the pandemic began, there have been 468 deaths and 9,828 verified positive test results.

Another death, 70 new infections in New Hampshire.