A new public awareness campaign is being built to emphasize that there is “no safe experience” when consuming any drugs that have not been prescribed by a medical provider. At a Jan. 12 press conference, Gov. Chris Sununu announced “No Safe Experience,” an initiative that will focus on this challenge by educating youth, young adults, and families of the dangers and prevalence of fentanyl in counterfeit pills and illicit drugs.
The state is launching the Vaccine & Immunization Network Interface (VINI) Wednesday on March 17 at 8 a.m. VINI is the state’s new COVID-19 vaccine scheduling and appointment management website, as Phase 2A scheduling begins for state-managed fixed sites. READ MORE
“From leading the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to taking a lead role in responding to COVID19, Perry has been at my side since my first day in office and New Hampshire could not have had a better public servant.” – Gov. Chris Sununu READ MORE
Governor Chris Sununu on Friday announced he is implementing a new, modified Stay-at-Home Order. Stay at Home 2.0 is in effect until May 31. The state is taking steps to reopen the economy in a ‘smart, phased approach’ that is supported by facts, science and data. READ MORE
Gov. Chris Sununu, Veterans Affairs (VA) Deputy Secretary Pam Powers, Dean Kamen, and members of New Hampshire’s congressional delegation greeted a plane FedEx cargo plane carrying over 110,000 pounds of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on the tarmac of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Thursday — the largest shipment delivered for New Hampshire to date. READ MORE
Sununu says New Hamphire’s ability to do so has been hindered by the Treasury Department’s “lack of guidance,” and warns of “serious consequences” for New Hampshire residents if Mnuchin fails to act quickly. READ MORE