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Coronavirus Coverage - Vaccines

UNH Graduation Will Check For Proof Of COVID Vaccine For Guests, Students

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Dan Tuohy / NHPR

A large college graduation is the stuff of nightmares for epidemiologists during a global pandemic.

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Doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are all being administered in New Hampshire  — marking a turning point, but not the end, of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the state and the country continue the monumental effort of immunizing people, here are answers to some questions you might have about the vaccine.

People who voted for Donald Trump were already some of the most likely to oppose getting vaccinated.

Now a poll shows the idea of a document, sometimes called a "passport," showing proof of vaccination is unpopular with that group as well. Forty-seven percent of Trump voters oppose this type of document, compared with 10% of Biden voters, the survey shows.

After months of uncertainty and difficulty making appointments, America is reaching the point where the vaccine supply could outstrip the demand. And while vaccine skepticism isn’t necessarily specific to one demographic, there is a group that’s been vocally hesitant to get the shot – white evangelicals.

Vaccinate site in Dover, N.H.
Dan Tuohy / NHPR

A continuación, lee las noticias del lunes 12 de abril. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Siguen aumentando casos de COVID-19 mientras continúa en pie el plan de vacunación en New Hampshire

El estado anunció 415 [cuatrocientos quince] nuevos casos de coronavirus ayer domingo. 

A COVID-19 vaccine in a vile
Todd Bookman / NHPR

Around 60 percent of eligible Granite Staters have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 or booked an appointment. Now, public officials say, they’re beginning to work harder on reaching those who either need more information, or aren’t sure yet they want to get the vaccine.

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New Hampshire will soon loosen its residency restriction for COVID-19 vaccine eligibility even further.

Gov. Chris Sununu says starting April 19, non-residents, no matter where they live, can register for a COVID-19 vaccine in New Hampshire. They’ll have to sign up, like everyone else, through the state-run vaccination site, vaccines.nh.gov.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup: April 9, 2021

Apr 8, 2021
Sara Plourde / NHPR

We speak with Senate President Chuck Morse about New Hampshire's budget, gubernatorial powers in a state of emergency, and school funding. We also meet New Hampshire's first Director of Outdoor Recreation Industry Development and learn about the foundation of The New Hampshire Bulletin, a new nonprofit news organization. And, we check in on the state's vaccine rollout and the rise of the new coronavirus variant. 

Air date: Friday, April 9, 2021. 

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A continuación, lee las noticias del miércoles 7 de abril. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Los casos de COVID-19 aumentan en New Hampshire, algunos de residentes menores a 18 

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A continuación, lee las noticias del lunes 5 de abril. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Aumentan casos positivos de COVID-19 en el estado mientras se lleva a cabo plan de vacunación

Mientras continúan las vacunaciones contra el COVID-19 en todo New Hampshire, el progreso de limitar la propagación e infecciones del virus está lento e impreciso.

A continuación, lee las noticias del viernes 2 de abril. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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New Hampshire anuncia más casos de COVID-19, nuevas fallecimientos y aumento de hospitalizaciones mientras se expande acceso a la vacuna 

Dan Tuohy / NHPR

Gov. Chris Sununu remains adamant that out-of-state college students should not be included in New Hampshire's current vaccine plan, even as the mayors and administrators of college towns are asking him to develop a plan to give vaccines to students who are from out of state.

A sign says "Vaccine Entrance" outside a vaccination site.
Dan Barrick / NHPR

New Hampshire continues to see persistent racial disparities in its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, according to the latest data from the state health department.

Weekly N.H. News Roundup: April 2, 2021

Apr 1, 2021
NHPR / Sara Plourde

We discuss how vaccine registration went this week, including another mass vaccination clinic and questions about eligibility for out-of-state college students. We also talk about baseball's opening day and chat with Manchester's Fire Chief, who is retiring after 36 years in the department. And we'll meet NHPR's new community engagement producer. 

Air date: Friday, April 2, 2021. 

A sign outside a Plymouth vaccination site reads "COVID-19 vaccination site by appts only"
Sarah Gibson, NHPR

A continuación, lee las noticias del miércoles 31 de marzo. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Aumentan casos activos de COVID-19 a nivel estatal 

Los funcionarios estatales de salud anunciaron 408 [cuatrocientos ocho] nuevos casos de COVID-19 ayer martes. 

A sign says "Vaccine Available," next to other signs pointing to "Vaccines"
Todd Bookman, NHPR

A continuación, lee las noticias del lunes 29 de marzo.

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Hay buen ritmo de vacunación en el estado pero aumentan casos de COVID-19 

June Gallup, of Cornerstone VNA, filling out the vaccine information for 83-year-old Audrey Moores, in Moores' home in Farmington.
Erika Lee / Cornerstone VNA

The state has managed two mass COVID-19 vaccination clinics in recent weeks at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, a site all about efficiency and scale. But there are sectors of the population that are much harder to reach. That includes many homebound residents. 

A sign says "Vaccine Available," next to other signs pointing to "Vaccines"
Todd Bookman, NHPR

State officials are urging patience ahead of a busy week for New Hampshire’s vaccine registration website and asking people to consider not registering first thing in the morning on their designated eligibility date.

A sign outside a Plymouth vaccination site reads "COVID-19 vaccination site by appts only"
Sarah Gibson, NHPR

New data from the federal government shows that New Hampshire's northern rural counties are closer to being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 than other more populous regions.

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Some New Hampshire college towns are questioning the state's policy to not include out-of-state college students in the state’s vaccination plan, which will allow residents who are 16 and older to be eligible to register for the vaccine on April 2.

Image of an elementary school classroom with a chair up on every other desk
Sarah Gibson / NHPR

A continuación, lee las noticias del viernes 26 de marzo y la entrevista con Claudia Castaño, coordinadora de ELL (English Language Learners) en Nashua.  También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Gobierno federal enviará más vacunas a New Hampshire, dicen funcionarios 

A COVID-19 vaccine site in Concord, New Hampshire.
Christina Phillips / NHPR

By the end of next week, all New Hampshire residents aged 16 and up will be eligible to register for COVID-19 vaccines, according to an announcement Thursday by Gov. Chris Sununu.

ICU nurse gets a vaccine shot
Jordyn Haime / NHPR

New Hampshire continues its efforts to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to residents. Residents 50 and older became eligible for shots just this week. But the virus continues to spread across the state.

NHPR's Health and Equity reporter Alli Fam has been tracking the latest numbers. She spoke with Morning Edition host Rick Ganley about where things stand for the state.

A hand dispenses covid 19 vaccination into a syringe.
Todd Bookman; NHPR

A continuación,  lee las noticias del miércoles 24 de marzo.  También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Un año después del primer fallecimiento por COVID-19, se cuentan 1,200 muertes por el virus en New Hampshire

Reopening Public Education

Mar 24, 2021
Sarah Gibson, NHPR

As school staff across the state are vaccinated, many districts are considering a return to fully in-person learning. We ask how these decisions are being made, what the hopes and concerns are, and what changes to education might be here to stay. 

This show is part of NHPR's COVID & the Classroom coverage. 

Air date: Thursday, March 25, 2021. 

A hand dispenses covid 19 vaccination into a syringe.
Todd Bookman; NHPR

We talk with Dr. Benjamin Chan and Dr. Elizabeth Talbot about the latest news related to COVID-19 in New Hampshire, including new variants of the virus, vaccination progress, and how to behave after vaccination, from travel to school to expanding quarantine pods. 

Air date: Wednesday, March 24, 2021. 

New Hampshire’s new COVID-19 vaccination scheduling website struggled under heavy demand Monday as residents aged 50 to 64 in the state attempted to schedule their vaccines.

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A continuación, lee las noticias del lunes 22 de marzo.  También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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En Concord, hubo manifestación en contra del racismo hacia asiáticos 

Cientos de personas en Concord asistieron a una manifestación fuera de la Casa Estatal en contra del racismo hacia los asiáticos. 

Hawaii, Florida, Seattle and the South of France are among the dream destinations for New York City undergraduates who have been forced to postpone the traditional college ritual of spring break for the second year in a row, because of the pandemic.

"I'd be getting a house with 10 people, with a pool, and we'd be going crazy in Miami, right below downtown Miami," said Sile Ogundeyin, 22, a senior economics major at Columbia University, who was sitting on the steps of the library with his friends.

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A continuación, lee las noticias del viernes 19 de marzo y una conversación sobre salud mental infantil. También puedes escucharlas haciendo click en el audio. 

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Los adultos de 50 o más podrán registrarse para la vacuna contra el COVID-19 a partir de la próxima semana

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