COVID-19 in NH: Latest news and updates

‘Miracles happen’: After 2 months hospitalized with COVID-19, Manchester mom finally meets baby born in November

After more than two months hospitalized with COVID-19, new mom Macenzee Keller, 20, from Manchester was able to finally meet her 2-month-old son, Zack, for the first time at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, where she has been hospitalized since shortly after Zack’s birth in November at CMC. READ MORE

COVID-19 in NH: Latest news and updates

COVID-19 vaccine questions? Join Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health for interactive Facebook Live on Feb. 16

With two COVID-19 vaccines currently available and more likely coming to market soon, after nearly a year, an end to the pandemic is finally in sight. But just as the changes brought on by the pandemic have left people feeling confused, so has the vaccine, raising questions such as: how they were developed so quickly, their efficacy and safety, when people can expect to get them, and most importantly, if vaccination will bring life “back to normal.” READ MORE

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Managing flu season concerns as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on

As the upcoming influenza season coincides with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, health officials are concerned that a surge in both viruses, along with a severe cold season, could result in what many are calling a “twin-demic” scenario. Because it is possible to have the flu and COVID-19 at the same time, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH) infectious disease experts say it is more critical than ever for people to get the flu shot to help prevent this from happening. READ MORE