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COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 vaccines are an important tool to help stop this pandemic. The NH Department of Health and Human Services has developed a plan for how vaccines will be distributed in NH. Get the latest updates and learn when you will be able to receive the vaccine here.

At this time, even with vaccination, it is important to continue practicing public health guidelines such as covering your mouth and nose with a face covering in public, staying at least six feet away from others, avoiding large crowds, and washing your hands often. 

Celebrate Virtually this St. Patrick's Day

It takes more than luck to stop the spread of COVID-19. In our continuous effort to end this pandemic, Flyer to provide information about preventing spread of COVID-19 during St Patrick's Day Opens in new windowwe encourage everyone to modify St. Patrick's Day plans to keep our community safe. Celebrating virtually or with household members is the safest way to spend time with others. Here are some ideas:

  • Enjoy a St. Patrick's Day Parade in your living room
  • Get takeout or cook an Irish meal at home
  • Play a St. Patrick's Day-themed game, such as trivia
  • Tune into a virtual music performance
  • Dress up in green and share on social media

 If you are considering going out, we encourage you to practice the following:

  • Stay home if you do not feel well
  • Wear a face covering when socializing
  • Stay 6 feet away from other people
  • Do not drink more than 1 drink per hour, or 2 for the day
  • If it gets crowded, go somewhere less busy
  • Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer often
  • Have a plan for getting home safely

If you feel sad or depressed, reach out to a friend or a mental health professional. Alcohol is a depressant and will not improve your mood. Let's work together to stay healthy and safe this St. Patrick's Day. Download the flyer in English and Spanish here.

Nashua Requires Use of Face Coverings

An Emergency Public Health Order is currently in effect in the City of Nashua, requiring the general public to wear face coverings inFaceCoveringsRequired poster small image situations where they cannot maintain social distancing (six feet of distance between themselves and others). Approved by the City’s Board of Health and passed on May 21, 2020, by the Board of Aldermen, this order is expected to reduce transmission of COVID-19 within our community. It is effective until further notice. Read here for more information.

Governor Sununu Updates: Safer at Home

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, visit their website

With Governor Sununu’s guidelines for NH to slowly reopen in a safe way and the Safer at Home Advisory, it is important for our community to realize the potential risks of leaving their home and how they can continue to take everyday precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you leave your home, please keep a distance of six 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 take action in order to keep our community safe. Remember, we are all healthier at home.

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