Williams called the gown a garbage bag because it didn’t even have holes for arms to go through. Williams said other examples include receiving brittle masks that broke easily or receiving a shipment of thousands of extra small gloves that were useless for many adult staff.
New York finished first in the rankings, meaning its residents were most inclined to borrow, while Vermont landed at 50th. Other states in the Northeast, including Massachusetts (36th), Connecticut (38th) and Maine (44th) landed somewhere in the middle.
While Vermont remains in a state of emergency with burdensome restrictions on businesses, the reopening and subsequent recovery across the Connecticut River are moving along at a more aggressive pace.
New Hampshire’s food services industry will be entering phase 2 of reopening June 15, which will allow some restaurants to seat people indoors.
“Prior to the pandemic, New Hampshire nursing homes had the nation’s best rate of ‘substantial compliance’ with federal health survey standards.”
Under the state’s mandated lockdown to prevent spread of COVID-19, New Hampshire’s beer industry has seen steep financial declines like many other sectors, and hopes for relief when some places reopen for outdoor dining May 18.
New jobless claims continued their COVID-19 surge last week, driving the total number of those filing for unemployment benefits to more than 36 million over the past two months.
New Hampshire’s community college system has asked state lawmakers to allot $30 million in federal aid to help cover tuition for students affected by the COVID-19 economic downturn.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu’s newly formed Governor’s Economic Re-Opening Task Force will hold its first meeting Wednesday afternoon – but don’t look for a fast reopening, the governor said in his Tuesday news conference.
Election officials recently determined all New Hampshire residents are eligible to cast absentee ballots for municipal, primary, and general elections to keep themselves and poll workers safe from COVID-19.
Deep cuts will need to be made in New Hampshire’s budget due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Chris Sununu said Thursday as he also announced schools will be closed until the end of the school year.