October 18, 2021

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5 new COVID-19 deaths announced in New Hampshire; 123 new cases have been confirmed

5 new COVID-19 deaths announced in New Hampshire;  123 new cases have been confirmed

Five more granite stators with COVID-19 were killed as health officials announced 123 new confirmed cases on Saturday, new cases announced on the same day from May 20. >> Download the free WMUR app The deceased were two men and two women from Hillsboro County and one man from Belknop County, aged 60 or older. Four deaths were associated with a long-term care facility. The highest number of deaths in the state was announced in a single day from June 26 with 8 people. COVID-19 in New Hampshire caused 455 deaths due to the course of the epidemic. He said 20 of the new cases were among those under 18 and 35 of the new cases were related to outbreaks in a long-term care center. According to health officials, 102 new cases were confirmed by PCR tests and 21 by rapid antigen tests. The daily PCR test passivity rate is 1.2% .Health officials say 692 COVID-19 cases are active in New Hampshire, the highest number since July 10. Most were hospitalized for COVID-19. There are currently 21 people hospitalized for coronavirus in the state, officials said. ** Town-by-Town COVID-19 Case Data: Interactive Map | Text-only list ** =

Five other granite stators were killed with COVID-19, with health officials announcing 123 new confirmed cases on the same day from May 20.

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The dead included two men and two women from Hillsborough County and one man from Belknop County, aged 60 or older, health officials said. Four of the deaths were associated with a long-term care facility.

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The highest number of deaths in the state was announced in a single day when there were 8 from June 26th. COVID-19 caused 455 deaths during the pandemic in New Hampshire.

Of the new cases, 20 cases were among those under 18, and 35 of the new cases were spread in the long-term care center, officials said.

According to health officials, 102 of the new cases were confirmed by PCR tests, while 21 were confirmed by rapid antigen tests. The daily PCR test positivity rate was 1.2%.

Health officials said 692 Kovid-19 cases were active in New Hampshire.

Two others were hospitalized for COVID-19. There are currently 21 people hospitalized for coronavirus in the state, officials said.

** Town-by-Town COVID-19 Case Data: Interactive map | Text-only list **