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Posted on: May 8, 2020

City of Nashua Response to COVID-19: Nashua Residents are Safer at Home

News Stay Home Alert version 3

Governor Sununu Issues Stay at Home 2.0

The State of New Hampshire (NH) is taking steps to reopen the economy in a smart, phased approach that is supported by facts, science, and data. For NH’s most recent guidance, please visit For NH Governor Chris Sununu’s timeline, see below.

  1. March 26, 2020: NH Governor Sununu announced Emergency Order #17 requiring all NH citizens to stay in their home or place of residence unless they need to go out for essential needs. 
  2. On May 1, 2020: Governor Sununu announced the implementation of a new, modified Stay-at-Home Order, Stay at Home 2.0, in effect until May 31, 2020. 
  3. On May 29, 2020: Governor Sununu announced an extension of Stay at Home Order 2.0, requiring NH citizens to stay in their home or place of residence unless they need to go out for essential needs until June 14, 2020.
  4. June 15, 2020: Governor Sununu announced that New Hampshire’s Stay at Home Order will expire on Monday, June 15, 2020 with guidelines for a Safer at Home Advisory.
  5. July 17, 2020: Governor Sununu announced a 6th extension of State of Emergency Declared in Executive Order 2020-04

Nashua Residents Urged to Stay at Home

With Governor Sununu’s Stay at Home 2.0 guidelines for NH to slowly reopen in a safe way and the announcement of the Safer at Home Advisory, we ask that you continue to stay home unless you need to access essential needs, including going to the grocery store, picking up medications, receiving necessary medical care, caring for a loved one, or going to a job. If you do leave your home, please keep a distance of 6 feet between yourself and others, wash your hands often, and wear a face covering to protect others from your respiratory droplets. We know this journey has not been easy, but we need to continue to follow these public health precautions to keep our community safe. Remember, we are all healthier at home.

Together, the City of Nashua will overcome this and our community’s health will be protected. We will continue to post resources and information on the city’s website at For further information and resources, visit the CDC website and NH DHHS
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