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July 1, 2022

No new COVID-19 deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials

No new COVID-19 deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials  WMUR ManchesterView Full Coverage on Google News

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YEAR. LIVE IN STUDIO, SCOTT COOK. STEVE: THANK YOU. NOW THE LATEST COVID NUMBERS FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE STATE IS REPORTING 487 NEW CASES FROM THE WEEKEND. COVID-POSITIVE PATIENTS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE HOSPITALS ARE DOWN TO 92 AFTER BEING OVER 100 FOR MUCH OF THE WEEKEND. ONLY 20 HOSPITAL PATIENTS ARE RECEIVING COVID-SPECIFIC TREATMENT. THERE

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No new COVID-19 deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials

There were no new COVID-19 deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials on Monday.Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been 2,570 deaths related to COVID-19.COVID-19 cases are continuing to trend down since a spike in May. There were 108 cases reported on Monday. An average of 236 cases per day is reported over the most recent 7-day period. There has been a total of 330,116 known COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic. According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, there are 92 people in the hospital who tested positive for COVID-19, down from 103 on Sunday. Of those 92 people, 20 are receiving COVID-19-specific treatment, which is down from 24 on Sunday.

There were no new COVID-19 deaths reported by New Hampshire health officials on Monday.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been 2,570 deaths related to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 cases are continuing to trend down since a spike in May. There were 108 cases reported on Monday. An average of 236 cases per day is reported over the most recent 7-day period.

There has been a total of 330,116 known COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.

According to the New Hampshire Hospital Association, there are 92 people in the hospital who tested positive for COVID-19, down from 103 on Sunday. Of those 92 people, 20 are receiving COVID-19-specific treatment, which is down from 24 on Sunday.