New Hampshire Department of Health and Human ServicesCOVID-19

Special Notices

Special Notices related to COVID-19.

Special Notice Regarding Potential COVID-19 Exposures - March 26, 2020

Notice – Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market and Coe-Brown Academy (ASL) video file | إخطار – محلات Donuts Dew Honey و Market Corner Season's ومركز Academy Brown-Coe (Arabic) pdf file | Aviso – Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market y Coe-Brown Academy (Spanish) pdf file | Avis – Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market et Coe-Brown Academy (French) pdf file | Utabaini - Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market, Coe-Brown Academy (Swahili) pdf file | सूचना: हानी ड्यु डुनत, ससजन कननर माकेट तथा को-ब्राउन एकेडेमी (Nepali) pdf file | Aviso – Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market e Coe-Brown Academy (Portuguese) pdf file | Itangazo - Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market, Coe-Brown Academy (Kinyarwanda} pdf file | Thông báo – Tiệm Honey Dew Donuts, Chợ Season's Corner Market và trường học Coe-Brown Academy (Vietnamese) pdf file

DHHS has determined that a person with COVID-19 was at Honey Dew Donuts, Season's Corner Market, 501 South Broadway in Salem, NH on the following dates and times:

  • Tuesday March 17, 2020, 5:00 AM- 6:00 AM
  • Wednesday March 18, 2020, 5:00 AM- 10:00 AM
  • Thursday March 19, 2020, 5:00 AM- 7:30 AM

Any individuals who visited the Honey Dew Donuts on the dates and times above may have been potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus and should observe their health for fever or respiratory illness. Any person who visited the facility and develops symptoms should stay away from other people, and immediately contact their healthcare provider.

DHHS has also determined that a person with COVID-19 attended an event that began at 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 14, 2020 in the Garrish Gym at Coe-Brown Academy, 907 1st New Hampshire Turnpike in Northwood, NH. Any individual who attended the event on March 14 in the Garrish Gym at Coe-Brown Academy may have been potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus and should observe their health for fever or respiratory illness. Any person who was in the Garrish Gym during the event and develops symptoms should stay away from other people, and immediately contact their healthcare provider. The risk of exposure applies only to the Garrish Gym during the event at 7:00 pm, and not to attendance at the school or at other school activities.

Special Notice Regarding Potential COVID-19 Exposure on Concord Coach Lines - March 24, 2020

Notice – Concord Coach Line (ASL) video file | إخطار – شركة Line Coach Concord (Arabic) | Aviso – Concord Coach Line (Spanish) pdf file | Avis – Concord Coach Line (French) pdf file | Utabaini - Concord Coach Line (Swahili) pdf file | सूचना: कंकोर्ड कोच लाइन (Nepali) pdf file | Aviso – Concord Coach Line (Portuguese) pdf file | Itangazo - Concord Coach Line (Kinyarwanda} | Thông báo – Các chuyến xe Concord Coach (Vietnamese) pdf file

DHHS has issued guidance regarding potential community exposure of the coronavirus after DHHS determined that a person with COVID-19 was on the following Concord Coach Lines buses:

  • 3/11/20: 3:15 AM bus from Concord, NH – Boston Express Londonderry – South Station – Boston Logan Airport
  • 3/13/20: 5:40 PM bus from Logan – South Station – Concord – Tilton – Plymouth – Lincoln – Littleton
  • 3/14/20: 5:00 AM bus from Concord – Boston Express Londonderry – Boston Express Salem – South Station – Logan
  • 3/16/20: 1:40 PM bus from Logan – South Station – Concord

Any individuals who rode on one of the Concord Coach Line buses above may have been potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus and should stay at home and monitor their health for fever or respiratory illness. Any person who was on those buses and has developed symptoms should stay away from other people, and immediately contact their healthcare provider. View the DHHS Guidance for Self-Quarantine…

Special Notice Regarding Potential COVID-19 Exposure at the Manchester Division of Motor Vehicles - March 13, 2020

ASL NOTICE video file| إشعار (Arabic) pdf file | AVISO (Spanish) | AVIS (French)  pdf file| Utabaini (Swahili) pdf file | सूचना (Nepali) pdf file | AVISO (Portuguese)  pdf file | ITANGAZO (Kinyarwanda) pdf file | THÔNG BÁO (Vietnamese) pdf file

A person who tested positive for COVID-19, which was announced on March 13, involved the Manchester branch of the NH Division of Motor Vehicles at 377 South Willow Street in Manchester. Individuals who were at the Manchester DMV location on the following days may have been potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 and should monitor their health for fever or respiratory illness:

  • Monday, March 2, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Tuesday, March 3, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday, March 4, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Thursday, March 5, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
  • Tuesday, March 10, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Individuals who were in the Manchester DMV on any of those days and have developed symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath should stay home, limit their contact with others, and immediately contact their healthcare provider.

Individuals who were at the Manchester DMV and are not experiencing symptoms should self-observe for symptoms and, if they experience symptoms, should contact a healthcare provider. Please see the self-observation guide pdf file for assistance.

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