Guide to COVID-19 

New Hampshire’s supply of at-home rapid COVID-19 tests was depleted less than one day after ordering opened to the public. On Monday morning, a...

Granite Staters can now order at-home rapid COVID-19 tests for free through the state’s partnership with the National Institute of Health and...

Belknap County Nursing Home is preparing to rehome about a third of its residents as a mass staffing shortage appears imminent in December, the...

As part of never-ending efforts to deal with this pandemic, it may be time to embrace the Stockdale Paradox.This concept, which I just learned...

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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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Tracking COVID-19 in New Hampshire

Most days, Monitor reporter David Brooks charts the latest statewide data on some key metrics to build the charts below. They'll give you a sense of overall statewide trends on cases, hospitalizations and trends. Once a week, he publishes his COVID Tracker, which explores some of the deeper metrics, what they mean and how we're looking.

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