35 COVID-19 deaths announced as hospitalizations in NH fall below 100

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35 COVID-19 deaths announced as hospitalizations in New Hampshire fall below 100

The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New Hampshire has fallen below 100, health officials said Wednesday.State health officials said that as of Tuesday, there were 93 people in New Hampshire hospitals with COVID-19. The New Hampshire Hospital Association later released an updated figure showing there are 95 COVID-19 patients in the state, the first increase since Jan. 24.The overall decline in hospitalizations, down from more than 400 in January, prompted Gov. Chris Sununu to announce that the state is no longer recommending that masks be worn in most indoor spaces. Federal requirements for masks in places such as public transportation, including school buses, and in health care facilities are still in effect.Health officials announced a total of 35 more COVID-19 deaths. Fourteen were from more than two weeks ago and recently confirmed as related to COVID-19. Seven were identified Tuesday, and 14 were identified Wednesday.Dr. Benjamin Chan, the state epidemiologist, said New Hampshire is averaging about four new COVID-19 deaths per day.Known active cases of COVID-19 have continued to decline, falling to 1,598, down from more than 3,000 before the holiday weekend. ** Town-by-town: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **

The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New Hampshire has fallen below 100, health officials said Wednesday.

State health officials said that as of Tuesday, there were 93 people in New Hampshire hospitals with COVID-19. The New Hampshire Hospital Association later released an updated figure showing there are 95 COVID-19 patients in the state, the first increase since Jan. 24.

The overall decline in hospitalizations, down from more than 400 in January, prompted Gov. Chris Sununu to announce that the state is no longer recommending that masks be worn in most indoor spaces. Federal requirements for masks in places such as public transportation, including school buses, and in health care facilities are still in effect.

Health officials announced a total of 35 more COVID-19 deaths. Fourteen were from more than two weeks ago and recently confirmed as related to COVID-19. Seven were identified Tuesday, and 14 were identified Wednesday.

Dr. Benjamin Chan, the state epidemiologist, said New Hampshire is averaging about four new COVID-19 deaths per day.

Known active cases of COVID-19 have continued to decline, falling to 1,598, down from more than 3,000 before the holiday weekend.

** Town-by-town: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **

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