Resources for NH residents during COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic
There is currently a worldwide outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a respiratory illness.
Scroll down the page for an interactive map and charts of COVID-19 cases in New Hampshire, courtesy of WMUR. The following links provide more in-depth information.
Citizens Count is tracking all the policy changes New Hampshire has made during the state of emergency, from closing schools to expanding unemployment benefits. Click here to see our tracker.
For a deeper dive on some of these policies, read our articles below.
- Where do state lawmakers fall in the vaccine plan?
- Coronavirus funds for broadband?
- Could commuter rail help coronavirus recovery?
- Just how big is NH’s coronavirus relief spending? Bigger than a bread box...
- Coronavirus crisis may prompt tax changes
- Student loan relief for essential workers?
- NH limits Massachusetts tourists
- Reopen Hampton Beach with restrictions?
- CARES Act funds to save NH dairy farms?
- Is parental permission enough for a license during a pandemic?
- Visualizing the scope of the coronavirus
- Should NH postpone business tax rate increases?
- Could a state bank create cash during coronavirus, or is this cure worse than the disease?
- NH tries remote online notarization during coronavirus
- What policies can NH use to open back up?
- What will happen to the 700+ NH bills waiting for a vote?
- Senate to vote on $2 trillion stimulus package
- No “local control” during disease outbreaks
- How far do the NH governor’s powers go in an emergency?
This state government website pulls together all the official Granite State information about COVID-19. The website shows the number of New Hampshire residents who have tested positive and their location, provides guidance for residents, and shows all press releases.
This federal website provides the latest health guidance for U.S. citizens as well as specific information for businesses, schools, and more.
The Granite State News Collaborative is a collective of more than 20 New Hampshire-based media, educational, and nonpartisan community organizations. The group has agreed to work together to share coronavirus coverage in order to help inform communities across the state.
New Hampshire Public Radio has a live coronavirus blog, a coronavirus FAQ, and more. They have also livestreamed most of the governor’s press conferences.