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DHHS commissioner: Approach to COVID-19 will change in coming months – WMUR Manchester

New Hampshire’s top health official says Granite Staters need to be ready to deal with some level of COVID-19 for a long time, but the virus should be more manageable…

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MANCHESTER, N.H. —New Hampshire’s top health official says Granite Staters need to be ready to deal with some level of COVID-19 for a long time, but the virus should be more manageable as vaccinations continue.
Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Lori Shibinette said a change in approach to the pandemic is coming in the months ahead when COVID-19 goes from being a statewide crisis to something managed more by doctors and hospitals.
“I think you’re seeing that coming probably spring…

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