NH surpasses 100,000 COVID-19 cases – WMUR Manchester

There have actually now been more than 100,000 verified cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire since the start of the pandemic, state health officials said Tuesday.The turning point comes more than 500 days after the first case was validated in New Hampshire. There have been 1,384 deaths associated to COVID-19 in New Hampshire since the pandemic began.Health officials stated the highly infectious delta version has actually been sustaining the spread of the virus nationwide, especially among unvaccinated people.” Catholic Medical Center in Manchester is treating four COVID-19 patients, while Solution Health, which includes Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, has six COVID-19 clients. There have actually been 1,384 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in New Hampshire because the pandemic began.Health authorities said the extremely infectious delta version has actually been fueling the spread of the infection nationwide, particularly among unvaccinated individuals. Catholic Medical Center in Manchester is dealing with 4 COVID-19 patients, while Solution Health, which includes Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, has six COVID-19 clients.

Catholic Medical Center in Manchester is treating four COVID-19 patients, while Solution Health, which consists of Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, has six COVID-19 patients. Those numbers are low, however the hospitals went months without seeing any COVID-19 clients. Doctors stated people who are hospitalized with the infection now are generally unvaccinated. Patients are likewise more youthful than the patients being treated during the early months of the pandemic. “The best thing we can do to minimize that and permit individuals to continue to get back to typical is to get immunized,” stated Dr. Michael Gilbert, chief medical officer for Catholic Medical Center.Gilbert said if cases continue to increase, there could be a brand-new push for individuals to wear masks again in more locations if they wish to slow the spread of the virus. There have actually been no modifications to the states suggestions, but authorities still urge everyone to take correct preventative measures, consisting of hand health and staying at home if sick.Most counties in New Hampshire are still experiencing minimal neighborhood spread of the virus. The exception is Coos County, where there is significant spread of COVID-19. ** Town-by-town COVID-19 case data **

MANCHESTER, N.H.– There have now been more than 100,000 validated cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire given that the start of the pandemic, state health officials stated Tuesday.The milestone comes more than 500 days after the very first case was verified in New Hampshire. It likewise comes as the state saw the most cases in a single day, 61, since the start of June.
Health authorities likewise announced another COVID-19 death, a Rockingham County female age 60. There have actually been 1,384 deaths associated to COVID-19 in New Hampshire considering that the pandemic began.Health officials said the extremely infectious delta variant has actually been sustaining the spread of the virus across the country, particularly amongst unvaccinated individuals.

There have actually now been more than 100,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Hampshire given that the start of the pandemic, state health authorities said Tuesday.The turning point comes more than 500 days after the very first case was verified in New Hampshire. It also comes as the state saw the most cases in a single day, 61, since the start of June.Health officials likewise revealed another COVID-19 death, a Rockingham County woman age 60. There have been 1,384 deaths associated to COVID-19 in New Hampshire considering that the pandemic began.Health authorities stated the extremely infectious delta variation has actually been fueling the spread of the infection across the country, specifically among unvaccinated individuals. “This might be added to people entering contact more as they try to resume typical life,” stated Dr. Beth Daly, the chief of the state Bureau of Infectious Disease Control. “It might likewise be driven by the delta variant, which we have determined in our state, but also, when you look nationally, the boost is thought to be driven by the delta version.” Catholic Medical Center in Manchester is dealing with four COVID-19 clients, while Solution Health, which includes Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, has 6 COVID-19 clients. Those numbers are low, but the healthcare facilities went months without seeing any COVID-19 clients. Doctors said individuals who are hospitalized with the infection now are usually unvaccinated. Patients are also younger than the patients being dealt with during the early months of the pandemic. “The finest thing we can do to decrease that and permit people to continue to get back to typical is to get immunized,” said Dr. Michael Gilbert, primary medical officer for Catholic Medical Center.Gilbert stated if cases continue to increase, there might be a brand-new push for people to wear masks again in more locations if they wish to slow the spread of the infection. There have actually been no changes to the states suggestions, but officials still advise everybody to take appropriate precautions, including hand health and staying home if sick.Most counties in New Hampshire are still experiencing very little neighborhood spread of the virus. The exception is Coos County, where there is substantial spread of COVID-19. ** Town-by-town COVID-19 case data **