Guide to COVID-19 

WEST LEBANON — New Hampshire health officials are urging families to be patient in scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for children ages 5 to 11...

Local pharmacy chains will begin vaccinating children aged five to 11 this weekend after the Centers for Disease Control authorized the Pfizer shot...

New Hampshire parents may be able to get COVID-19 vaccines for their pre-teens as early as next week if federal approval goes forward as expected...

For people like me, the recipe for health security right now is two shots and a chaser.But not the alcoholic kind.My recipe was two Pfizer vaccines...

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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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