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The Monday Video Update is now available.

The Monday, Jan. 25th, Video Update This Video Update Message from Administration – will air at 7:30pm on KTV (TV channel 918). All of these videos can be viewed at any time from this website by clicking on the CORONAVIRUS ALERT tab above, and then clicking on the video of your choice.

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Vaccination Update from Beth Vettori.

We were informed yesterday afternoon by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) that communities like Kendal at Hanover should be vaccinated through either the Walgreens Pharmacy Partnership Program or the Regional Public Health Network Point of Distribution (POD) program. They also recommend that residents within those communities not register through […]

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Zoom meetings about COVID-19 activity at KaH – Tuesdays at 3:30pm AND Thursdays at 10:30am.

Log-in information below. NOTE THE DIFFERENT LOG-IN DETAILS FOR TUESDAYS VS THURSDAYS. Tuesday meetings will begin at 3:30pm. Meeting ID: 931 3269 4349 Passcode: 996000 Phone: +13126266799,,93132694349# Thursday meetings begin at 10:30am. Meeting ID: 995 7053 1063 Passcode: 325377 Phone: 1-301-715-8592,, ID 995 7053 1063#

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Kendal at Hanover is CLOSED to ALL visitors, both outdoors and at the Visitation Station. Residents are asked to stay on the KaH campus in an effort to mitigate the risk of further transmission into the broader community. This means leaving campus only for essential appointments. All activities and events are cancelled; this includes use of the Wellness Center, the Pool, and social activities that were previously permitted. All meeting rooms are closed. Apartment visits by other residents are no longer allowed. The Health Center is closed to all visitors. Resident-to-resident visits in Independent Living apartments must end until further notice. In-person conversations with others must be avoided. Providing transportation to others must be avoided.

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NH and VT REQUIRE MASKS – Anyone, in New Hampshire, over 5 years old will have to wear a mask or face covering whenever they’re in public, whether indoors or outdoors. Hanover, NH requires face masks “ inside businesses and in heavily trafficked outdoor areas, including sidewalks and trails around downtown Hanover and any outdoor area where business of any sort is conducted.”

Gov. Chris Sununu said coronavirus metrics, which have been steadily increasing but which were “popping this past week,” led to his order for New Hampshire residents to wear masks starting Friday Novembr 20th, 2020. Under this executive order, anyone over 5 years old will have to wear a mask or face covering whenever they’re in […]

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US map of COVID-19 activity county by county:

Click “Continue Reading” below and then click on the blue website address. Note: This map loads slowly. Specific states can be selected from the list on the left. Once loaded you can hover on a specific county to see numeric data.

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