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COVID-19 news in the Upper Valley

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This page includes information on the new coronavirus in the Upper Valley, including resources and the Valley News' latest reporting. All of the stories on this page are outside of the Valley News paywall and free to access. Bookmark this page at www.vnews.com/coronavirus. If you would like to support our journalism, you may subscribe or donate. Thank you!

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High school sports in Vermont and New Hampshire have come to a halt. In a news release issued on Friday morning, the Vermont Principals Association...

BURLINGTON — The second person to be diagnosed with COVID-19 in the state is in critical condition at the University of Vermont Medical Center in...

How to respond if you feel sick

3/12/20

WEST LEBANON — As events around the area are canceled and people begin to self-quarantine due to concerns around COVID-19, many people say they are...

HANOVER — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dartmouth College is telling its 4,400 undergraduates not to return to campus housing until at...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College is suspending all in-person classes because of concerns around transmission of the new coronavirus and will hold remote...

The Vermont Principals Association has postponed Thursday night’s Division III girls basketball semifinals at Barre Auditorium due to concerns...

WEST LEBANON — Ann Perbohner has canceled physical therapy and doctor appointments.Amelia Sereen has stopped going to her daily chair exercise...

WEST LEBANON — New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu urged residents not to panic on Wednesday, as the World Health Organization declared a global...

Until further notice, Upper Valley residents planning to attend live music and theater should call (or click) ahead, as well as wash their hands...

HANOVER — Upper Valley schools continued efforts to limit the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus for staff members and students on Tuesday, as...

Following the lead of The Washington Post and NHPR, the Valley News has put together this survey to help us guide our ongoing coverage of COVID-19...

HANOVER — The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association has moved the Division II girls basketball tournament Final Four out of the Upper...

WEST LEBANON — Senior centers and other venues for the public are ratcheting up screening and other safety measures as concerns about the new...

LEBANON — As the Upper Valley continues to see new coronavirus cases, first responders and medical professionals are undergoing extra training...

WEST LEBANON — Health officials say two new presumptive positive cases of the novel coronavirus have been found in New Hampshire, including one...

Over Easy: Let’s not go viral

3/6/20

Because this column usually looks at the lighter side of life, I have been trying to size up the coronavirus threat and chuckle about it. So far...

LEBANON — Four Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth students are being monitored by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services for...

LEBANON — A second Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center employee has tested “presumptive positive” for COVID-19, Dartmouth-Hitchcock officials said...

WEST LEBANON — Concerns about the coronavirus heightened on Monday as several Upper Valley schools scrapped overseas trips and shoppers stocked up...

Many of these answers — compiled by the Mayo Clinic News Network — reference statements and standards already communicated by the...

LEBANON — A Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, but the “presumptive” results still need to be...

NEW LONDON — Kearsarge Regional High School has recommended 35 students as well as staff members who traveled to Europe — including Italy — over...

Four giant flat-screen monitors adorn the wall inside the operations center at Global Rescue in Lebanon. Members of Global Rescue’s medical, rescue...

HANOVER — Dartmouth College this week notified the 13 students in its study abroad program in Italy that it is ending the program early because of...

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