New Hampshire health officials announced on Saturday that they had identified three more establishments with potential community exposure to COVID-19, a day after they announced exposures to five of the state’s most famous restaurants.
The newly affected establishments include two restaurants and a casino. Health officials said that anyone who went to see Concord Casino in Concord, Paddy’s American Grill in Portsmouth or La Vista Italian Cuisine in Lincoln should be tested for COVID-19.
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At least one person who visited Concord Casino while potentially infectious has tested positive for coronavirus. Exposure occurred in the gaming table area during the evening of 14 October.
At least one person has tested positive who visited Paddy’s American Grill while being potentially contagious. Health officials said demonstrations took place in the bar area on 12 October, 13 October, 14 October, Bar and 15 October.
At least one person who tested positive for COVID-19 visited La Vista Italian food, potentially infectious. Potential risks occurred during the afternoon and evening on October 17, October 18, October 20 and October 22.
Affected restaurants include Daniel Street Tavern and The Goat Bar and Grill in Portsmouth, The Draft Sports Bar and Grill and Tally House Restaurant in Downtown Concord and Bantam Grill in Tavern and Peterborough.
The state’s Department of Health and Human Services said it has conducted contact tracing checks on all matters related to these potential community exposures and is notifying directly known known contacts. He said he decided to make a public announcement because there may be additional individuals at locations exposed to coronovirus.
New Hampshire health officials said Friday that they have identified a potential community exposure to COVID-19 in downtown Portsmouth, The Drift Sports Bar and Grill and The Bort House Restaurant and Tavern in downtown Concord and Bantam. Grill in Peterborough.
One of the symptoms including novel coronavirus fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or lack of taste or smell. Can present with wide range. . Health officials urge anyone who develops new symptoms to stay at home, limit their contact with others, contact their healthcare provider immediately and get tested for COVID-19 Huh.
On Saturday, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services announced 129 more coronovirus cases and two new deaths. According to DHHS, there are now 473 deaths and 10,238 cases.