Ongoing COVID-19 news

Three times in 2022 it looked like I might be able to finally stop wearing that annoying face mask in public.In late February the number of...

New Hampshire has launched a statewide program to monitor COVID-19 virus in sewage, a method of keeping track of the disease that is being used in...

As New Hampshire’s hospitals continue to face an onslaught of patients with respiratory problems including COVID – there are no empty beds in any...

Almost exactly one month ago the COVID Tracker warned “here comes the fall surge.” The very next day New Hampshire hospitalizations began to...

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Pandemic Reflections: A year of COVID in N.H.

Monitor staff look back at some of the people, industries and organizations that have most been impacted by the novel coronavirus' spread

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