2 more in New Hampshire die of COVID-19 as hospitalizations decrease – WMUR Manchester

Two more Granite Staters have died of COVID-19 as hospitalizations continued to decline in New Hampshire.State health officials said the two people who died were both age 60 or older. There have been 1,565 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in New Hampshire since the pandemic began. Twenty-one deaths were announced this week.Current hospitalizations dropped by 13, to 191, continuing a steady decline since Monday.The Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to struggle through a backlog of cases since its surveillance reporting system failed over the weekend. New cases have been reported for each day this week, but some are still clearly low, including just one case from Sunday and 10 from Monday.Town-by-town cases and vaccinations have not been updated this week.Health officials said New Hampshire has been averaging 500 to 550 new cases daily. The number of active cases in the state is unknown as officials continue to work through their backlog.Officials said there were 588 new positive test results recorded Thursday.

Two more Granite Staters have died of COVID-19 as hospitalizations continued to decline in New Hampshire.

State health officials said the two people who died were both age 60 or older. There have been 1,565 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in New Hampshire since the pandemic began. Twenty-one deaths were announced this week.

Current hospitalizations dropped by 13, to 191, continuing a steady decline since Monday.

The Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to struggle through a backlog of cases since its surveillance reporting system failed over the weekend. New cases have been reported for each day this week, but some are still clearly low, including just one case from Sunday and 10 from Monday.

Town-by-town cases and vaccinations have not been updated this week.

Health officials said New Hampshire has been averaging 500 to 550 new cases daily. The number of active cases in the state is unknown as officials continue to work through their backlog.

Officials said there were 588 new positive test results recorded Thursday.

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