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Governor Chris Sununu announced that New Hampshire will expand vaccine eligibility to people 16 and older regardless of residency, including college students, beginning on April 16, The clinics require registration and will not be open to walk-in appointments. Governor Chris Sununu announced in a press conference on April 1, that all New Hampshire school districts will be required to return to full-time in-person learning by April 19, a week before districts break for April vacation.

By that deadline, all teachers who want the COVID vaccine will have had the opportunity to receive it. A remote option will remain available for families who do not wish to return to in-person learning. Anyone age can register starting March 29, those can register starting March 31, and everyone ages 16 and up can register April 2. Restaurants and bars can expand services they offer to include karaoke, darts, pool, and other bar games, as long as masks are worn and other COVID guidelines are followed.

In addition, walk-ins and waiting areas will be allowed at salons and barbershops. Travelers will no longer be required to quarantine upon arrival; quarantine will now only be recommended. On February 12,the Governor issued Executive Orderwhich renewed the Declaration of a State of Emergency and extended the State of Emergency declared in Executive Order for a period of 21 days.

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Concord : New Hampshire is going to its contact tracing and monitoring efforts again after pausing in December because of the high daily infection rates. Health officials are now looking to move from mitigation to containment. According to Dr. Residents 65 and older, medically vulnerable people with two or more conditions, and certain other groups are currently eligible to receive the COVID vaccine in New Hampshire. The call centers will also contact people who have not yet scheduled appointments because they either had incomplete registration data or have not finished the final step of the process.

Use this link to see if you qualify or need to register. On January 28,the state of New Hampshire distributed s and text messages to the more thanindividuals who have registered for a COVID vaccination or whose medical provider has submitted information referring them as an eligible recipient in Phase 1B. The communication was intended to help identify individuals who may require additional information or assistance in scheduling a vaccine appointment. Those who did not visit the distributed link within the hour time window should contact covidvaccine dhhs.

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On January 29,the state of New Hampshire announced an extension of the suspension of interstate youth hockey competitions for public and private schools and youth hockey leagues through at least March 31, The prohibition will not impact interstate collegiate, professional, or U. Concord and Londonderry : On February 1,Jake Leon, a spokesperson for the New Hampshire Department of Health, announced that some state-run COVID vaccination and testing sites will be closed Tuesday in anticipation of a major snowstorm expected to migrate through the state starting Monday afternoon.

Those who were not available for their vaccination on Monday were offered an appointment at another date and time. Now, only New Hampshire residents are eligible to receive the vaccine in the state. On January 22,Phase 1B scheduling began at a. You can also call if you have questions about the vaccine or the registration process. Phase 1B includes 1 residents who are medically vulnerable at ificant risk — including family caregivers for those under 16; 2 residents with developmental disabilities that receive services in a congregate residential setting, as well as staff in those settings; 3 Corrections officers and staff; and 4 Populations that experience health disparities.

Importantly, Phase 1B also includes residents age 65 and older.

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Originally, Phase 1B included residents age 75 and older. However, last week Governor Sununu extended this population to include people age 65 and older according to recent federal guidance.

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Residents can register for vaccine appointments here. Executive Order extends the state of emergency for a period of 21 days. Fire and emergency medical services EMS and law enforcement.

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Further information about Phase 1A populations can be found here. As of January 5,approximately 30, initial doses have been administered. Phase 1B is expected to begin in Late January and run through March. Phase 1B includes people age 75 and older, as well as people with ificant medical conditions that leave them more vulnerable to the coronavirus.

Additionally, Phase 1B includes residents and staff of facilities that care for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, and corrections officers. On December 30, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order 78 authorizing certain military service members and emergency medical technicians to temporarily work as d nursing assistants during the coronavirus pandemic.

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As the only state without a vaccine registry, the Department of Health and Human Services has been tasked with building the new registry, which will require health care providers to report every COVID vaccine. After the pandemic is over, patients may petition the state to have their records removed. Further guidance on travel restrictions can be found here. On October 30, Governor Sununu issued an emergency order extending Executive Order for an additional 21 days. The Executive Order extends all Emergency Orders and all executive branch actions made pursuant to Executive Order for an additional 21 days.

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On August 13, Governor Sununu issued two emergency orders. First, Emergency Order 64 states that school districts who have selected a remote model for date general education population shall not exclude in-person services from consideration for students with disabilities. On August 11, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order 63, requiring face coverings for all persons who attend or are present at scheduled gatherings of people or more for social, spiritual, and recreational activities, including, but not limited to, community, civic, public, private, leisure, faith based, political, or sporting events; parades; concerts; festivals; conventions; fundraisers; and similar activities; where individuals are gathered in the same place at the setting time.

This requirement does not apply to: 1 gatherings where attendees are seated and separated by at least 6 feet New those that are members of the same household, party, or ased to Hampshire same table—people subject to this exception must wear face covering when entering and exiting the gathering and while moving to and from their seats; 2 day-to-day operation for for-profit or not-for-profit organizations and state and local governments, including K schools, where or more people may be present at the facility.

Any entity, property owner, facility owner, or person that organizes or allows its property or facility to be used shall make reasonable efforts to comply with this Order. It is a violation of this Order if any entity, property owner, facility owner, or person knowingly violates this Order, or refuses to comply with a prior warning about the requirements.

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On August 7, Governor Sununu issued an executive order, extending the State of Emergency declared in Executive Order in full force and effect for 21 days. On July 2, Governor Sununu announced that individuals traveling from the New England states, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, are no longer required to have self-quarantined for two weeks prior to staying at a New Hampshire lodging facility.

The updated safer at home guidance for lodging facilities can be found here. Beginning on June 28, overnight camps are permitted to operate under the new, flexed guidelines. On June 29, adult day services, amusement parks, arts and music education, and performing arts venues are permitted to operate under flexed guidance as well.

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All operating guidelines can be found here. Day camp staff and attendees must be either New Hampshire residents or must meet a day quarantine requirement.

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The complete reopening guidance for New Hampshire day camps can be found here. Many businesses may maintain or begin operations so long as the business complies with the standards and guidelines approved by the New Hampshire Public Health.

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A complete list of businesses and the flexed guidance for each type of business can be found here. On June 11, Governor Sununu announced plans to let New Hampshire's current stay-at-home order expire on June 15 and transition to a "safer at home advisory. Among the businesses that could reopen on June 15 are gyms, pools, road races, funeral homes, tourist trains and charitable gaming — each with restrictions and guidelines.

A complete list of businesses that can begin reopening and related restrictions and guidelines can be found here. Besides lifting the stay-at-home order and business reopening, Governor Sununu issued an order lifting a current moratorium on rental evictions and housing mortgage foreclosures. On June 4, Governor Sununu announced that that starting June 15, restaurants can begin serving date indoors. Wedding setting guidance was also released Friday.

For post-wedding receptions and events, occupancy must be limited to 50 percent capacity for facilities, tables limited to six people, and dancing within 6 feet of another person is discouraged, except for family members and people from the same household. Further Hampshire on Stay-at-Home 2. The May 29 Order also modifies guidelines for houses of worship, hotels, and day camps. New Sununu announced Stay at Home 2. Stay at Home 2. The plan establishes four dates of re-opening for certain businesses, the first of which begins May 1st.

All businesses that are open or may be re-opening must meet the health and safety standards established by Department of Public of Health Universal Guidance.

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Additionally, certain industries must meet industry-specific standards found here. Subject to health and safety standards mentioned above, the industries able to immediately phase-in services on May 1 are public and private parks, campgrounds, and manufacturing businesses. On May 4,phase-in may begin for certain health care operations, including elective and non-urgent procedures. On May 18,phase-in may begin for dine-in restaurants.

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That Order closes all non-essential businesses and requires all residents to stay at home except for non-essential activities. On April 22, Governor Chris Sununu formed the Governor's Economic Re-Opening Task Force, which will develop a plan and oversee the state and private-sector actions needed to reopen New Hampshire's economy while minimizing the adverse impact on public health.

The Task Force will meet daily and its schedule can be found here. In its next few meetings, the task force will hear from industries including food service, retail trade, manufacturing, recreation, health care and education. Further and up to date information on all orders in place in New Hampshire can be accessed here.

On March 23,Governor Sununu issued an Executive Order allowing remote notarization if: 1 the principal and the notary can communicate simultaneously through sight and sound; 2 the notary reasonably identifies the principal; 3 the notary either directly or through an agent creates an audio and visual recording of the performance of the notarization and retains such recording.

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Additionally, the Order allows remote notarization for parties located outside of the state if the record relates to a matter before a court, governmental entity, public official, or other entity subject to the jurisdiction of the state or involves property located within the state. Governor Sununu issued an Executive Order suspending all non-essential accommodations for hotels and short-term rentals in New Hampshire.

Governor Sununu issued an Executive Order extending three executive orders relating to the operations of restaurants, limitations on gatherings during the COVID outbreak, and a prohibition of gatherings of 10 or more people.

All three orders have been extended until May 4, Governor Sununu also issued an Executive Order renewing the Declaration of a State of Emergency and extending the State of Emergency declared in Executive Order for a period of 21 days. This Order also extends all emergency orders issued pursuant to Executive Order Governor Sununu has opened an appeal process for businesses whose functions are not listed as essential. If a business disagrees with its deation as non-essential, it may request deation as an essential business. Requests by businesses to be deated an essential function should only be made if they are NOT covered by the guidance.

These requests should be submitted to essential nheconomy. Governor Chris Sununu issued a stay at home order starting at p. The order is in effect through May 4.

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