January 24, 2022

New Hampshire may be on the other side of COVID-19 peak

Concord Monitor | By Teddy Rosenbluth The number of new COVID-19 infections appears to be on the decline in New Hampshire. Still, the state is far from a pandemic respite. New Hampshire, like many states, is in the throes of the worst COVID-19 surge to date. At this wave’s peak about two weeks ago, new […]

January 21, 2022

Omicron stretches hospital staff thinner, as even mild breakthrough infections require quarantines and isolations

New Hampshire Union Leader | By Josie Albertson-Grove Nurses, doctors and other hospital staffers out quarantining, isolating or caring for sick family members are placing even more stress on New Hampshire’s hospital system, even though COVID-19 hospitalizations may be beginning to plateau. Hospitals have been full since early December. Staff members have been stressed, dealing […]

January 21, 2022

Guard activated at Laconia hospital

Concord Monitor – The Laconia Daily Sun | By Jon Decker LACONIA — Four members of the New Hampshire National Guard arrived at Concord Hospital in Laconia on Wednesday. Their mission: to assist the hospital in a variety of roles. An influx of COVID patients, burnout, and staffing shortages in almost every sector has forced […]

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