New Hampshire child died of complications related to COVID-19, health officials announce – WMUR Manchester

CONCORD, N.H.– New Hampshires first pediatric COVID-19 death occurred in September, state health authorities revealed on Monday.The individual who died was under 12 years of age and COVID-19 was noted as the cause of death on the recently settled death certificate, authorities stated.

Health authorities said the individual was under 18 years of age but also showed they were too young to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The kids death occurred in another state, authorities said. “It continues to be crucial for us all to take actions to secure those who are not yet able to be vaccinated, and those who are vulnerable and at threat for severe COVID-19.

New Hampshires first pediatric COVID-19 death took place in September, state health officials announced on Monday.The person who passed away was under 12 years of age and COVID-19 was noted as the cause of death on the just recently settled death certificate, authorities stated. Health officials stated the individual was under 18 years of age but also indicated they were too young to be immunized against COVID-19. In a news release, Chan urged that everybody 5 or older ought to get immunized against COVID-19. Health authorities stated the individual was under 18 years of age however also suggested they were too young to be immunized against COVID-19.

New Hampshires first pediatric COVID-19 death occurred in September, state health authorities announced on Monday.The individual who died was under 12 years of age and COVID-19 was noted as the cause of death on the just recently settled death certificate, authorities stated. Health officials stated the person was under 18 years of age however likewise showed they were too young to be immunized versus COVID-19. In a news release, Chan urged that everybody 5 or older needs to get vaccinated versus COVID-19.

In a press release, Chan urged that everybody 5 or older must get vaccinated versus COVID-19. Anybody 16 and older is encouraged to get a booster shot, if they are eligible. Boosters are offered to anyone who got the 2nd dosage of their Pfizer or Moderna vaccines more than six months ago or anyone who received the one-dose Johnson & & Johnson vaccine more than 2 months ago. ** Town-by-town: COVID-19 case information