Covid-19 / Coronavirus

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Tony Pinto never saw it coming.Never saw that clean shot to the gut, delivered by a well-meaning nurse at Concord Hospital. She told Pinto the...

On Tuesday, Sean Connolly of Manchester received news that all of us are dreading these days: He had tested positive for COVID-19.The diagnosis...

We all know many places have closed. But others remain open. A list will be maintained at concordmonitor.com, and we’ll print edited versions as...

A male resident of Hillsborough County over age 60 is the second person in New Hampshire to have died from COVID-19, state officials announced late...

This coronavirus crisis is hard. And it’s going to get a lot harder. President Donald Trump is no doubt right when he says, “Our country wasn’t...

One of the employees at the Merrimack County jail has tested positive for COVID-19, county officials announced Friday.The unnamed employee was in...

Sununu issues virus update

3/27/20

Over the last few weeks, the state has taken unprecedented action in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. The decisions we have made are tough...

Normally bustling with attorneys, law enforcement and defendants, the halls of the Merrimack County Superior Courthouse in Concord were...

The below list of sectors deemed essential and the supporting criteria will be reviewed throughout the length of the COVID-19 pandemic. This...

Gov. Chris Sununu will issue a stay-at-home order for New Hampshire, telling all “non-essential businesses” to end in-person dealings starting...

Nearly 160 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in New Hampshire, with 25 of those hospitalized. One person has died. Nearly 21 new...

My Turn: Paid family medical leave and COVID 19

3/27/20

As a pediatrician and parent, I am all too familiar with balancing family as well as work on a daily basis.My own story aside, I spend countless...

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