Health officials announce 2 additional deaths from COVID-19 in New Hampshire

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Two other people in New Hampshire died from complications from COVID-19, health officials said on Sunday. This brings the total number of deaths attributed to the coronavirus to 86. >> Download the free WMUR app The Department of Health and Human Services said all of the patients were 60 years of age or older. A woman was a resident of Hillsborough County, and a man was a resident of Rockingham County. >> Coronavirus in NH: What you need to know Health officials have announced that there are 90 new positive COVID-19 results, bringing the total number of cases to 2,518, with several cases still under investigation. Authorities say there are 1,415 active cases of coronavirus in the state, including one under the age of 18, in Rockingham (32), Hillsborough County (43 including 18 in Manchester and 12 in Nashua), Counties of Strafford (6), Merrimack (3) and Belknap (1). The county of residence is being determined for five new cases. A total of 1,017 patients recovered from COVID-19. >> Latest WMUR coronavirus coverage Five other hospitalizations have been identified, for a total of 282 hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. There are 110 patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19, officials said. Health officials said 9 of the new cases had no identified risk factors, indicating that community transmission of COVID-19 continues increase in the state and has been identified in all counties with cases. Visit this link to see a city-by-city map showing the number of cases in each community.

MANCHESTER, N.H. –

Two other people in New Hampshire died from complications from COVID-19, health officials said on Sunday. This brings the total number of deaths attributed to the coronavirus to 86.

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The Department of Health and Human Services said that all of the patients were 60 years of age or older. A woman lived in Hillsborough County and a man lived in Rockingham County.

>> Coronavirus in NH: what you need to know

Health officials have announced that there are 90 new positive results for the COVID-19 test, bringing the total number of cases to 2,518 and several cases still under investigation. Authorities say there are 1,415 active cases of coronavirus in the state.

One of the new cases involves people under the age of 18.

The new cases reside in the counties of Rockingham (32), County of Hillsborough (43 including 18 in Manchester and 12 in Nashua), Strafford (6), Merrimack (3) and Belknap (1). The county of residence is being determined for five new cases.

Overall, 1,017 patients recovered from COVID-19.

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Five other hospitalized cases have been identified, for a total of 282 hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. There are 110 patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19, officials said.

Health officials said 9 of the new cases had no identified risk factors, indicating that community transmission of COVID-19 continues to increase in the state and has been identified in all counties with cases .

Visit this link to see a city-by-city map showing the number of cases in each community.

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