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COVID-19 in New Hampshire: Data for cases and vaccinations

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Get the latest information below about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on New Hampshire.

Special note: As of June 5, 2021, New Hampshire officials will no longer provide daily COVID-19 updates on weekends and will report those numbers on Mondays. So, this page is updated Monday through Friday.

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^^ In the video player above, see the most recent COVID-19 briefing (from June 10, 2021) ^^

New Hampshire data:

  • Number of people diagnosed with COVID-19: 99,143
  • 7-day total test positivity rate (PCR & antigen): 1.4%
  • Number of deaths attributed to COVID-19: 1,363
  • Number of active cases: 280
  • Number of patients who have recovered: 97,500
  • Number of current hospitalizations: 20
  • Total individuals fully vaccinated: 699,878 (51.6% of NH population)
  • Number of B.1.1.7 variant (Alpha; UK) cases: 1,107
  • Number of B.1.351 variant (Beta; South Africa) cases: 1
  • Number of P.1 variant (Gamma; Brazil) cases: 150
  • Number of B.1.617.2 variant (Delta; India) cases: 11
  • Number of B.1.427 & B.1.429 variant (Epsilon; California) cases: 105
  • Number of MIS-C cases: 1-24 (per CDC)

** Town-by-town COVID-19 case data **

VACCINE INFORMATION (Detailed information here)

Everyone 12 years of age or older, regardless of their residency, is eligible for the vaccine.

The state encourages people to visit https://www.vaccines.nh.gov/ for more information. You can visit our vaccine information page here.

ACTIVE OUTBREAKS AT FACILITIES IN STATE

The following facilities have seen confirmed cases in residents and/or staff in recent days or weeks, according to officials:

  • Birch Healthcare Center in Rochester
  • Sullivan County Health Care

HOW NEW HAMPSHIRE COMPARES TO THE REST OF THE UNITED STATES

Test Positivity Rates By New Hampshire County

Cases Per County in NH and in the US (7-Day Rolling Averages)

Daily U.S. Deaths:

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Video: Full video: Governor holds latest COVID-19 briefing for New Hampshire (June 10, 2021) (WMUR Manchester)

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KEY LOCAL INFORMATION

LOCAL RESOURCES

NATIONAL RESOURCES

TIMELINE: NOTABLE DATES

2021

  • Effective June 12, the COVID-19 state of emergency is over in New Hampshire. Notice of a "public health incident" will remain in effect, the governor said.
  • Starting June 1, all state-run vaccination sites will only give second doses. Then, on June 30, all of the state-run sites will close.
  • As of May 17, all people 12 and older can get a vaccine in New Hampshire, and walk-ins are now allowed, meaning registration is no longer required.
  • As of April 19, everyone can book a vaccine appointment in New Hampshire, regardless of their residency.
  • As of April 16, the state's mask mandate will be over. Businesses and communities can issue their own mask rules.
  • As of April 2, all people 16 and older in the state can book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
  • The state's new vaccination scheduling website, VINI, went live March 17.
  • On March 4, officials announced when Phases 2A and 2B would begin.
  • On Jan. 26, vaccinations under Phase 1B began.
  • On Jan. 5, the state released an updated vaccine timeline. Scroll up to see it above or visit this link.

2020

  • On Dec. 15, Elliot Hospital ICU nurse Heidi Kukla became the first person in New Hampshire to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
  • As of Dec. 5, the state has temporarily paused daily monitoring of people who might have been exposed to COVID-19.
  • On Dec. 3, the state updated its guidance for quarantining, reducing the 14-day window for most situations down to 10 days.
  • On Nov. 19, the governor announced a statewide mask mandate, effective Nov. 20. Anyone over the age of 5 in a public space, indoors or outdoors, who cannot physically distance from others not in their own household shall wear a mask, according to the emergency order. This remains in effect.
  • On Nov. 12, state officials said they will no longer conduct contact tracing for every single case and instead will focus on certain populations.
  • On Oct. 2, health officials began adding antigen test results to the totals because the rapid tests are becoming more widely used. That resulted in an apparent spike in positive cases, as positive antigen tests from over the course of the pandemic were added. One additional death and five hospitalizations related to positive antigen tests were also added.
  • On Sept. 24, the governor said that all restaurants can move tables closer than 6 feet as long as there is a protective divider in place between tables.
  • On Aug. 21, the governor announced that all New Hampshire restaurants could open at 100% capacity, though they still must following distancing and mask guidelines.
  • On Aug. 11, the governor announced that masks would be required at all scheduled gatherings of 100 or more people.
  • On June 15, the stay-at-home order expired and was replaced by a safer-at-home advisory. A key difference is that the requirement that all groups must be fewer than 10 people is no longer in place.
  • On May 22, officials announced the state's first case of MIS-C in a child.
  • On March 23, officials announced the state's first death of a patient diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • On March 13, the governor first declared a state of emergency, which ensures resources will be ready so the state is able to respond quickly, as needed.

TESTING FOR COVID-19

>> More information about testing <<

Testing is available for active COVID-19 infections and for antibodies, which would indicate evidence of past infection.

All Granite Staters are allowed to get tested and are being encouraged to do so. Visit this link to learn more.

The FDA has also approved a test for COVID-19 that you can take at home. The test kits are available for purchase on Amazon with a turnaround time for results of 24 to 72 hours after the sample is shipped and received.

RECENT COVERAGE

** See the latest headlines at this link. **

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