Published: 6/29/2020 10:00:15 PM
New Hampshire on Monday recorded the lowest number of new cases of COVID-19 since March 24, just 9 days after the state started testing for the disease.
The Department of health and Human Services said 14 more cases were confirmed Monday. There were no new hospitalizations and no deaths. Monday was the second day in a row with no new deaths related to the pandemic.
For hospitalizations, the 14-day average of new cases going to the hospital has fallen to the lowest point since the average began being tallied on April 1, just 3.3.