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1 more Granite Stater dies of COVID-19 as cases remain steady – WMUR Manchester

M:TO TONIGHT, THE STATE IS REPORTING 78 NEW COVID9-1 CASES OVER THE FOUR-DAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND. GOOD EVENING. I’M TOM GRIFFITH. JENNIFER: AND Iā€™M JENNIFER VAUGHN. THIS IS THE FIRST UPDATE SINCE FRID. CURRENT CASES ARE UNCHANGED LAST WEEK AT 181. 13 PEOPLE ARE IN THE HOSPITAL AND THERE HAS BEEN ONE NEW DEATH. TRANSMISSION OF THE VIRUS ACSSRO THE STATE REMAINS MINIMAL, AND IN ALL COUNTIES. WE WILL HAVE MORE IN A MOMENT ON TWO PEOPLE WHO DIED FROM THE VIRUS HERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, BUT WERE

1 more Granite Stater dies of COVID-19 as cases remain steady

One more Granite Stater has died of COVID-19 as cases remained steady and hospitalizations dropped.State health officials said Tuesday that Strafford County man 60 or older died of COVID-19. Officials said the death was connected to a long-term care facility. There have been 1,373 deaths attributed to COVID-19 since the pandemic began.Health officials released updated figures from Friday through Monday that showed the number of current known COVID-19 cases steady, at 181. The number of hospitalizations dropped to 13 from 17.All New Hampshire counties are experiencing minimal rates of transmission, health officials said.** Town-by-town COVID-19 case data **

One more Granite Stater has died of COVID-19 as cases remained steady and hospitalizations dropped.

State health officials said Tuesday that Strafford County man 60 or older died of COVID-19. Officials said the death was connected to a long-term care facility. There have been 1,373 deaths attributed to COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

Health officials released updated figures from Friday through Monday that showed the number of current known COVID-19 cases steady, at 181. The number of hospitalizations dropped to 13 from 17.

All New Hampshire counties are experiencing minimal rates of transmission, health officials said.

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

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