CONCORD– The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Being Services on Sunday revealed 31 brand-new favorable test results for COVID-19 and no additional deaths.
There have actually now been 5,747 cases of COVID-19 identified in New Hampshire. Numerous cases are still under examination. The state reported 4,412 people are validated as recovered (about 77% of all cases.)
The state’s death toll remained 367 (about 6% of all cases).
Of those with complete info amongst the 31 brand-new cases, there were two people under age 18 and the rest are grownups, with 61% female and 39% male. The new cases are people who reside in Hillsborough County besides Manchester and Nashua (5) Rockingham (4 ), Carroll (1 ), Grafton (1 ), and Strafford (1) counties, and in the cities of Manchester (14) and Nashua (5 ).
Three new hospitalized cases were identified for a total of 565 (about 10% of all cases). 4 of the brand-new cases had no identified danger factors. Community-based transmission continues to take place in the State and has been determined in all counties. Most of the remaining cases have had close contact with an individual with a verified COVID-19 diagnosis or are connected with a break out setting.
Thee state reported 117,330 tests have actually been performed.
State health officials reported 37 brand-new coronavirus cases on Sunday and no brand-new deaths.
The brand-new cases brings to the overall number of cases in Maine to more than 3,000. The death toll remains at 104, according to the Maine Center for Illness Control and Avoidance.
On the other hand, authorities in Portland are warning bars and dining establishments in the city’s Old Port that authorities and code enforcement officials will be out implementing the state’s pandemic restrictions following reports of big crowds in the popular night life district in recent days.
And meat costs are on the rise in Maine as the result of momentary shutdowns of meat-processing plants around the nation from COVID-19 break outs amongst employees, according to a Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram analysis of prices at the state’s 2 largest grocery store chains, Shaw’s and Hannaford Supermarkets.
The study found ground beef rates increased as much as 30% from May 15 to June 15, and boneless chicken breasts costs rose as much as 50% during the time duration.
The city of Cambridge is reopening playgrounds, splash pads and other recreational locations starting Monday.
Basketball courts are among the facilities also enabled to reopen, though pick-up video games, scrimmages and other big group play won’t be permitted, city officials stated.
Courts will be open for non-contact play only and individuals need to wait outside the court till others leave. Individuals should likewise remain six feet apart, wear a face mask when possible and monitor children at all times to make they’re following the standards.
Gov. Ned Lamont reported 5 brand-new coronavirus deaths and 97 new confirmed cases on Sunday.
There were a total of 46,303 cases to date and 4,316 deaths, with 103 currently hospitalized.
Health authorities reported 2 new favorable cases of the virus but no brand-new deaths on Sunday. Two individuals are likewise presently hospitalized with COVID-19, according to the state Department of Health.
Vermont has actually had more than 1,200 cases of the infection and 96 deaths given that the pandemic begun.
State lawmakers likewise approved more than $576 million in spending from the $1.25 billion Vermont received from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act.
Amongst the costs authorized late Friday as the legislature adjourned up until August was more than $200 million on broadband expansion, housing, and financial relief for towns and about $327 million for health care and human services-related expenditures, including a “threat pay” grant program for frontline employees and support for refugees and immigrants, and support for the legislature and state parks.
On the other hand, two main Vermont employers have laid off a total of approximately 100 employees due to the financial slump triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
National Life Group in Montpelier said this week it has laid off 53 workers, and sock manufacturer Darn Tough, in Northfield, stated it release simply under 50 employees.
National Life, which provides life insurance coverage and annuity products, also laid off another 30 staff members in Addison, Texas, and 12 in other remote areas, according to Mehran Assadi, the business’s CEO.
He said the business does not expect further job cuts which afflicted employees will be given discontinuance wage and healthcare repayments.
State beaches have actually boosted their parking capacity this weekend to accommodate more beach goers as the state continues to resume.
The state Department of Environmental Management announced Saturday that state beaches will now be operating at 75%, up from 50% last weekend. The company likewise started providing live parking updates at riparks.com this weekend to help ease congestion.
The firm worried individuals still need to follow social distancing guidelines, including using masks around car park, restrooms, concessions and other high traffic locations.
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