NH DHHS officials also announced the first case in New Hampshire of multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children.
See the link to the CDC page… What we know about MIS-C
Seacoast Online: Play ball! NH to allow baseball, other no-contact sport practices
“While youth sports families are frustrated with a city order closing playing fields through Labor Day, Gov. Chris Sununu announced Friday that no-contact sports practices are now allowed on playing fields, for up to 10 players maintaining social distancing.
Mayor Rick Becksted said Friday the city has to follow state guidelines because New Hampshire isn’t a home rule state. Because Sununu green-lighted practicing on sports fields, he said, “We’re going to make it happen here, period.””
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WMUR: Out-of-staters encouraged to stay home over holiday weekend
“Instead of encouraging tourism over the Memorial Day weekend, New Hampshire’s governor is urging people to stay home.
Normally, the parking lot of the Hooksett rest area on I-93 North would be full by noon on a Friday before a holiday weekend. But there were a lot of empty spaces and a lot less traffic on the state’s roads.”