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August 17, 2022

COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to increase in New Hampshire; follow national trend

COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to increase in New Hampshire; follow national trend  WMUR Manchester

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COVID-19 hospitalizations are starting to increase in New Hampshire, following a national trend. On Wednesday, the New Hampshire Hospital Association reported that 120 patients in the hospital have tested positive for COVID-19. It’s the highest number in nearly two months. On Tuesday, there were 107 patients in New Hampshire hospitals who tested positive. Of those 120 patients, 34 are specifically receiving COVID-19 treatment, also the highest number since May. The number of people treated is up by one from Tuesday. New Hampshire health officials reported one new COVID-19 death, bringing the total number of deaths in the state since the start of the pandemic to 2,615. Health officials reported 228 new cases on Wednesday. There have been a total of 336,189 known cases since the start of the pandemic in New Hampshire. This does not include at-home COVID-19 tests.** Town-by-town: COVID-19 case data | Vaccination data **

COVID-19 hospitalizations are starting to increase in New Hampshire, following a national trend.

On Wednesday, the New Hampshire Hospital Association reported that 120 patients in the hospital have tested positive for COVID-19. It’s the highest number in nearly two months. On Tuesday, there were 107 patients in New Hampshire hospitals who tested positive.

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Of those 120 patients, 34 are specifically receiving COVID-19 treatment, also the highest number since May. The number of people treated is up by one from Tuesday.

New Hampshire health officials reported one new COVID-19 death, bringing the total number of deaths in the state since the start of the pandemic to 2,615.

Health officials reported 228 new cases on Wednesday.

There have been a total of 336,189 known cases since the start of the pandemic in New Hampshire. This does not include at-home COVID-19 tests.

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