NH COVID-19 update: No new deaths
NH COVID-19 update: No new deaths

NH COVID-19 update: No new deaths

No new COVID-19 deaths were reported in New Hampshire on Thursday. It’s the first day no new deaths have been announced since January 12, and it’s just the second day since late September. The death toll from the New Hampshire pandemic remains at 2,326 th most common The number of admissions, meanwhile, fell again. According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, there are 108 current admissions, a drop of seven from Wednesday’s report. A total of 513 new cases were reported, with 86 of the new diagnoses from Wednesday and a further 427 from previous days. daily new cases are down to 329, the lowest it has been since September 2, 2021 (also 329). The number of active cases decreased by 258 to 3,015, the lowest number has been since September 7, 2021 (2,963). Officials have said the number of COVID-19 cases was expected to drop in part due to the increase in the use of home COVID-19 tests. People who test positive at home are not required to report a positive result to the health authorities. There have been 292,187 cases identified in the state since the pandemic began. ** City-by-City: COVID-19 Case Data | Vaccination data ** –

No new COVID-19 deaths were reported in New Hampshire on Thursday.

It’s the first day no new deaths have been announced since January 12, and it’s just the second day since late September.

The death toll from the New Hampshire pandemic remains at 2,326.

The number of admissions, meanwhile, fell again. According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, there are 108 current admissions, seven falls from Wednesday’s report.

A total of 513 new cases were reported, with 86 of the new diagnoses from Wednesday and a further 427 from previous days.

The seven-day average for daily new cases is down to 329, the lowest it has been since September 2, 2021 (also 329).

The number of active cases decreased by 258 to 3,015, the lowest number has been since September 7, 2021 (2,963).

Officials have said the number of COVID-19 cases was expected to fall in part due to the increase in the use of COVID-19 testing at home. People who test positive at home are not required to report a positive result to the health authorities.

292,187 cases have been identified in the state since the pandemic began.

** City by city: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **



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