Thursday COVID update: Stay-at-home ends Monday; NH tops 300 deaths
“Most limits under the stay-at-home order will be lifted at the end of Monday, allowing businesses from museums and libraries to private gyms and amateur sports to open, although often with limits on capacity.
The end of the stay-at-home order means that only movie theaters, performing arts venues and amusement parks will have to stay shut as of Monday. Gov. Chris Sununu said they can open starting June 29, as more guidelines are drawn up.” – Read more at https://www.concordmonitor.com/covid-coronavirus-nh-new-hampshire-34716988
Concord, NH – Today, Governor Chris Sununu announced that New Hampshire’s Stay at Home Order will expire on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 11:59 PM, along with the cap on gatherings of 10 or less.
Effective Monday, June 15, 2020, the following industries may reopen under new guidance:
- Amateur & Youth Sports Phase II
- Bowling & Entertainment Centers
- Charitable Gambling
- Funeral Homes
- Motorcycle Rides
- Museums & Art Galleries
- Outdoor Attractions
- Outdoor Race Tracks
- Road Races
- Tourist Trains
Additionally, Governor Sununu announced that Indoor Movie Theaters, Performing Arts, and Amusement Parks may begin reopening on Monday, June 29, 2020. Guidance for these industries will be released early next week.
Note: All released guidance documents may be found at covidguidance.nh.gov
GOFERR Meeting of the Legislative Advisory Board
- Wednesday, June 17th at 1 pm.
- Call-in: 800-356-8278
- PIN: 389388
Anyone having difficulties connecting to the conference should call: 603-271-7840
Pursuant to RSA 91-A:2, this meeting is open to the public.
CARES act Funding:
- $35 M – for Housing and Rental Assistance
- $50 M – for Broadband Expansion
- $15 M – for Homeless Sheltering
- $2 M – for Partnerships with Chambers of Commerce
- $10 M – for Private Colleges and Universities (with endowments of less than $300,000, and in good financial health prior to COVID-19)
- $30 M – additional to Hospital Fund for Long-Term Care Facilities