COVID-19 Cases for NH, ME and Massachusetts, Wed 5/13/2020
Another day of climbing positive cases of COVID-19 continues. Later on in this article, you'll find information about NH Governor Chris Sununu and what he said to the Shark Morning Show about opening up NH Beaches.
Here are the positive COVID-19 cases:
In New Hampshire, 3,239
In Maine, 1,515
and in Massachusetts, 80,497
Today, the Shark Morning Show with Sarah and A-Train spoke with NH Governor, Chris Sununu. He talked about the number of testing places for COVID-19 throughout the State of New Hampshire. He said if you have any symptoms or if you are over 60 or if you are concerned that you may have COVID-19, there is a place close to you here in New Hampshire.
We also asked the Governor about his plans to re-open the beaches. With Memorial Day coming up and the summer time right around the corner, it's a question that is on a lot of people's minds. He said that he was honestly going to wait to see how it shakes out in neighboring states. Governor Sununu said that we still have a little time before the tourist season kicks in, so he'll wait to see how things go.
Maine, according to the Portland Press Herald, opened up Wells beach and has plans to open York beaches next week as a "soft opening" to the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
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