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COVID-19 Vaccines are Available

Vaccines remain key to controlling the virus that causes COVID-19. Getting vaccinated will prevent illness, hospitalization, and even death from this severe disease. COVID-19 vaccines are widely accessible - everyone 12 years of age and older are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Register for a COVID-19 vaccine here.

Face Masks Encouraged in Nashua

In accordance with the CDC's Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People, persons who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear a face mask indoors or outdoors where business is conducted, unless required by that business, organization, or worksite. Persons who are not fully vaccinated or are immunocompromised should continue to wear a face mask for their own protection and that of others. Read here for more information.

Nashua Public Health releases Annual COVID-19 Report

This was an unprecedented year in Public Health, putting public health in the spotlight. As Chief Public Health Strategist, DPHCS convened partners, made linkages to services and resources, and disseminated timely information as key efforts in the mitigation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out our 'COVID-19: A Year in Review Annual Report', summarizing DPHCS' COVID-19 response efforts from March 12, 2020 through March 15, 2021.

NH Governor Sununu Updates: Universal Best Practices

Effective May 7, 2021, State of NH Universal Best Practices replaced “Safer at Home 2.0” business guidance. These are recommendations for all individuals, businesses, and organizations to consider and implement for the operation of their business. Nothing in the document or other guidance precludes any business, organization, or individual business operators from taking additional precautions for the health and safety of its employees and consumers. For the latest updates, visit the State's website.

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