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At least 11 COVID-19 cases connected to outbreak at New Hampshire restaurant – WCVB Boston

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Dec 1, 2020

A restaurant in New Hampshire is temporarily closed as state health officials announced potential community exposures to the coronavirus at the establishment.The state’s Department of Health and Human Services had identified at least 11 COVID-19 cases in connection with an outbreak at the Stumble Inn Bar and Grill in Londonderry.State health officials say the potential exposures at the restaurant, which is located at 20 Rockingham Road, happened between Nov. 11 and Nov. 23. Anyone who visited the bar and grill between those dates may have been exposed to COVID-19 and should get tested.The DHHS has conducted contact tracing and has directly notified anyone who is considered to be a close contact of a positive case, but it is notifying the public about this outbreak because there may be additional people who may have been exposed to the coronavirus.New Hampshire residents without health insurance or a primary care provider can get tested for COVID-19 by calling 603-271-5980 or by completing an online form.Additional options for COVID-19 testing can be found by clicking here.

A restaurant in New Hampshire is temporarily closed as state health officials announced potential community exposures to the coronavirus at the establishment.

The state’s Department of Health and Human Services had identified at least 11 COVID-19 cases in connection with an outbreak at the Stumble Inn Bar and Grill in Londonderry.

State health officials say the potential exposures at the restaurant, which is located at 20 Rockingham Road, happened between Nov. 11 and Nov. 23. Anyone who visited the bar and grill between those dates may have been exposed to COVID-19 and should get tested.

The DHHS has conducted contact tracing and has directly notified anyone who is considered to be a close contact of a positive case, but it is notifying the public about this outbreak because there may be additional people who may have been exposed to the coronavirus.

New Hampshire residents without health insurance or a primary care provider can get tested for COVID-19 by calling 603-271-5980 or by completing an online form.

Additional options for COVID-19 testing can be found by clicking here.

 

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