The Perfect Enemy | Deaths related to COVID-19 exceed 3,000 in New Hampshire since start of pandemic - WMUR Manchester
February 26, 2024

Deaths related to COVID-19 exceed 3,000 in New Hampshire since start of pandemic – WMUR Manchester

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This week, deaths related to COVID-19 have surpassed 3,000 in New Hampshire since the start of the pandemic, according to state data. Deaths attributed to COVID-19 reached 2,000 at the beginning of January 2022, and reached 1,000 at the end of January 2021.There were six deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials this past week, down from eight deaths reported the week before. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services reported 782 active cases Thursday, down from 930 reported last Thursday. There were 664 new cases reported over the course of this past week, down from 744 reported the week before. The New Hampshire Hospital Association reported 78 people who were confirmed positive for COVID-19 in hospitals Wednesday, and 26 of those people were receiving specific treatment for the virus. ** Town-by-town: COVID-19 case data **

This week, deaths related to COVID-19 have surpassed 3,000 in New Hampshire since the start of the pandemic, according to state data.

Deaths attributed to COVID-19 reached 2,000 at the beginning of January 2022, and reached 1,000 at the end of January 2021.

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There were six deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials this past week, down from eight deaths reported the week before.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services reported 782 active cases Thursday, down from 930 reported last Thursday.

There were 664 new cases reported over the course of this past week, down from 744 reported the week before.

The New Hampshire Hospital Association reported 78 people who were confirmed positive for COVID-19 in hospitals Wednesday, and 26 of those people were receiving specific treatment for the virus.

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