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COVID-19 Community Archive: Local and National Coverage

Archive of local oral histories, documents, and polling pertaining to the Covid-19 global health pandemic.

Local Coverage

APRIL 13TH, 2020
Health officials release demographic data associated with COVID-19 cases

The Department of Health and Human Services has announced 35 new positive test results for COVID-19 in New Hampshire.

COVID Effect on School Funding – The State We’re In - NH PBS

While local municipalities grapple with the impact Covid-19 has had on their school budgets, long-term funding for schools is once again back in the public conversation

March 12TH, 2021
Covering COVID One Year Later – The State We’re In - NH PBS

It’s been one year since the Covid-19 pandemic changed life as we know it. Along with healthcare and other workers, New Hampshire journalists have been on the frontlines covering Covid-19. In this episode we’ll look at the unprecedented year that was - and look ahead to the stories we’ll likely be covering in the year ahead.

APRIL 12th, 2021 
Three cases of Covid-19 confirmed in fully vaccinated Granite Staters 
Three Granite Staters have come down with COVID-19 after they were fully vaccinated, but health officials say that's to be expected while the virus is still spreading widely in the community

APRIL 15TH, 2021 
Governor Chris Sununu, State Officials Update New Hampshire’s Coronavirus Response

Governor Sununu gives updates about the state’s mask mandate.

AUGUST 6TH, 2021
2 more New Hampshire counties experiencing substantial transmission of COVID-19
COVID-19 cases are continuing to climb in New Hampshire, as six counties and the state's two largest cities are now seeing substantial transmission of the virus.

AUGUST 24TH, 2021
New Hampshire COVID-19 hospitalizations at highest level since April

Officials with the New Hampshire Hospital Association said capacity continues to be a concern at facilities across the state.


OCTOBER 22ND, 2021
Southern NH hospitals announce COVID-19 vaccine mandate for workers

Major hospitals in southern New Hampshire on Thursday announced mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies for their employees.

National Coverage

MARCH 10TH, 2021
Expanding Research Partnerships Webinar Series 2021
Exploring the future of worker health and safety in the post-pandemic world: The labor perspective

APRIL 2ND, 2021
Long-term Care Facility (LTCF) Module: Resident Impact and Facility Capacity Surveillance Reporting Pathway

The NHSN Long-term Care Facility Component is supporting the nation’s COVID-19 response by introducing a COVID-19 Module for Long-term Care Facilities. The NHSN team review significant updates made to the LTCF NHSN COVID-19 Module, Resident Impact and Facility Capacity Pathway. These changes went into effect on November 23, 2020.

APRIL 8TH, 2021
Frontline casualties: The health care workers who lost their lives saving COVID patients
While a lot has been reported on the struggles of health workers during the pandemic, there's been far less news on the deaths of doctors, nurses and other support staff. A major reporting project has been gathering this crucial information and looking at the pandemic's full impact on frontline workers.

APRIL 8TH, 2021
Ask an Expert: Q & A with a CDC Expert on Current COVID-19 Guidance

Dr. Cynthia Ogden shared updates on CDC’s COVID-19 response, including the latest scientific information and what everyone should know about protecting themselves and others. Dr. Cohn provided an update on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and upcoming federal vaccination programs.

JULY 15TH, 2021
Dr. Peter Hotez on understanding the origins of the pandemic

A discussion with Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and co-director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development about COVID-19’s origin story and why it matters.

JULY 27TH, 2021
Think of Your COVID-19 Vaccine Like A Very Good Raincoat, Says Dr. Leana Wen

Dr. Leana Wen is in favor of COVID-19 vaccine mandates. "I don't think that people should have the choice to infect others with a potentially fatal and extremely contagious virus," she says.

OCTOBER 21ST, 2021
Johns Hopkins University’s Daily COVID-19 Data in Motion

Video highlights of COVID-19 data trends as of October 21, 2021