5 New COVID-19 Deaths Announced in New Hampshire; 123 new cases confirmed

Five more Granite Staters have died of COVID-19 as health officials announced 123 new confirmed cases on Saturday, the most new cases in a single day since May 20. >> Download the free WMUR app. Health officials said the people who died were two men and two women from Hillsborough County and one man from Belknap County, all 60 years or older. Four of the deaths were related to a long-term care facility. This is the largest number of deaths in the state announced in a single day since June 26 when there were 8. In New Hampshire, 455 deaths have been attributed to COVID-19 The course of the pandemic. According to official figures, 20 of the new cases involve people under the age of 18 and 35 of the new cases are related to an outbreak in a long-term care facility. According to health officials, 102 of the new cases affected are confirmed by PCR testing, while 21 have been confirmed by rapid antigen tests. The daily positivity rate for PCR tests was 1.2%. Health officials say 692 COVID-19 cases are active in New Hampshire, the highest number since July 10. Two other people were hospitalized for COVID-19. According to official figures, 21 people are currently hospitalized in the state for the coronavirus. ** City to City COVID-19 Case Data: Interactive Map | Plain text list ** =

Five more Granite Staters have died of COVID-19 as health officials announced 123 new confirmed cases on Saturday, the most new cases in a single day since May 20.

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Health officials said the people who died were two men and two women from Hillsborough County and one man from Belknap County, all 60 years or older. Four of the deaths were related to a long-term care facility.

This is the largest number of deaths in the state announced in a single day since June 26, when it was 8. 455 deaths were attributed to COVID-19 in New Hampshire over the course of the pandemic.

According to official figures, 20 of the new cases involve people under the age of 18 and 35 of the new cases are related to an outbreak in a long-term care facility.

According to health officials, 102 of the new cases were confirmed by PCR testing, while 21 were confirmed by rapid antigen testing. The daily rate of positivity for the PCR test was 1.2%.

There are 692 active COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire, according to health officials, the highest number since July 10.

Two other people were hospitalized for COVID-19. According to official figures, 21 people are currently hospitalized in the state for the coronavirus.

** City-to-city COVID-19 case data: Interactive map | Plain text list ** **.

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