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28. Daily COVID-19 update: Saturday 5/02/2020
From: "Frank, Jennifer" <>
Date: Sun, 3 May 2020 01:04:34 +0000

Daily COVID-19 update: Saturday 5/02/2020
• Positive COVID-19 Test results 886(+13)
• Patients Currently Hospitalized 11
• Hospitalized Under Investigation 9(+1)
• Deaths attributed to COVID-19 51(+1)
• Tests administered for COVID-19 16,591 (+358)
• People being monitored for COVID-19 15 (-5)
• People who have completed monitoring for COVID-19 838 (+5)

• NH Persons with COVID-19: 2,429 (+119)
• Recovered: 1,017 (46%) (+37)
• Deaths Attributed to COVID-19: 84 (3%)(+3)
• Total Current COVID-19 Cases: 1,238 (-11)
• Persons Who Have Been Hospitalized for COVID-19: 277 (11%) (+7)
• Current Hospitalizations: 103 (+0)
• Persons Tested Negative at Selected Laboratories: 25,964(+3,925)
• Persons with Specimens Submitted to NH PHL: 10,097(+400)
• Persons with Test Pending at NH PHL: 220 (+61)
• Persons Being Monitored in NH (approximate point in time): 2,800 (+50)
• Grafton County cases: 53
• 21 first responders positive for COVID, 42 in quarantine (22 fire, 20 police).

3. New Hampshire extended the state's stay-at-home advisory and non-essential business order until 5/31. The orders were previously set to expire on 5/4. As part of the updated order, NH campgrounds, manufacturing services, and state parks can reopen in accordance with new health guidelines. Starting 5/11, barbershops and hair salons, golf courses, and retail locations may reopen with exceptions and on 5/18, restaurants can reopen but must meet strict sanitation guidelines.
4. Rhode Island announced all large summer events are canceled, projecting multi-million dollar revenue losses
5. New Jersey recorded more deaths from COVID-19 than New York for the second consecutive day Friday. NJ reported 311 deaths, while NY tallied 289.
6. Pennsylvania announced that 24 counties in rural northern parts of the state will see some relief from its strictest orders for residents to stay at home and businesses to close. The changes are to take effect 5/5. Stay-at-home orders will be lifted and retail shops can start to reopen, though gyms, barber shops, nail salons, casinos, theaters, and other such venues will remain closed and other restrictions will remain in place.

- FEMA reported 1,090,578 (+30,144) COVID-19 U.S. cases and 64,197 (+2,008) domestic fatalities. The COVID-19 death toll in the US climbed by 1,883 in the past 24 hrs according to Johns Hopkins University.
- WHO reports there are approximately 3,267,184 cases and 229,971 deaths worldwide.
- The COVID-19 death toll in the US climbed by 1,883 in the past 24 hrs according to Johns Hopkins University.

Link to resources and up to date information:

Chief J. Frank, Norwich, VT Police Department
10 Hazen Street / P.O. Box 311, Norwich, VT 05055
(802)649-1460 (Office), (802)649-1775 (Fax)

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