MANCHESTER, N.H. —
Ten more people have died of COVID-19 in New Hampshire as active cases dropped over the weekend.
Health officials said two of the people who died are associated with long-term care facilities. Two were younger than age 60, while the others were all age 60 or older. There have been 2,145 deaths attributed to COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
Current hospitalizations dropped to 420.
Active cases have dropped to 15,641, while the seven-day average for daily new cases dropped to 1,973, the first time it has been below 2,000 since Jan. 4.
Officials said 24.4% of the cases announced Monday were in children under 18.