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Current COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire reach lowest point since first state report

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The total number of known active COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire has fallen to 182, the lowest number since state health officials began tracking the number in March 2020.

This new low in active cases comes amid a steady trend of declining cases since April this year.

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Tuesday's report shows there were just 25 new positive test results.

There was one additional death announced Tuesday. Officials said 1,368 Granite Staters have died of COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic. That death occurred during the week of May 31, according to officials.

Current hospitalizations fell to 17.

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

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



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