CONCORD, New Hampshire — Editor's note: You are starting to hear the term 'flattening the curve' as a way to stem the tide of coronavirus cases. The above video explains what that means. Population 1,359,000 | Policy Partial Reopening.
All of the people who died were age 60 or older, including one man in Rockingham County and eight residents of Hillsborough County (five men and three women). On Friday, May 1, Gov. Wikimedia Commons has media related to COVID-19 pandemic in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire town-by-town map: Number of coronavirus cases. Recovered 1,275 Total 2,403 In Recovery. Real-time Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases tracker and resources to keep you safe. A second New Hampshire resident has died from COVID-19, the new strain of coronavirus, according to release from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. Unemployment Assistance Hotline at 603-271-7700; File a Claim for Benefits; For Licensees. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Also see number of total COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and recoveries New Hampshire’s original stay-at-home order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic was set to expire on Monday, May 4. COVID-19 Response: DHHS Establishes Emergency Child Care Collaborative (March 26, 2020) For Workers. Cases 3,868 Total 0.28% Per Capita. Information from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services This New Hampshire-related article is a stub.
New Hampshire DHHS is mapping positive test results for COVID-19 in New Hampshire. Learn more about Stay at Home 2.0 COVID-19 Resources Deaths 190 Total 0.014% Per Capita. CONCORD – Nine more coronavirus deaths were reported by New Hampshire health officials Thursday, raising the state’s death toll to 199. Chris Sununu announced a plan to … This map reflects cases through Sunday, April 5th. This article about the COVID-19 pandemic is a stub.
New Hampshire's plan to safely reopen our economy, based on data, science, and approved by public health experts. New Hampshire COVID-19 Statistics Updated May 21, 2020 @ 1:50am EDT « Return to National Stats.