• COVID-19 Resources & Information for Businesses and Employees

    As the state and our region brace for an increase in the numbers, your Chamber is a vital resource for the business community.

     **Please note, Universal Guidelines for COVID-19 are still in effect, even if your industry no longer has specific guidelines to follow. Click here for NH's COVID -19 Universal Guidelines.**


    ** COVID Guidance for out of state visitors as of  Nov 14,2020:Click here for text of full executive order. 

    On November 14, 2020, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order #72 .pdf Icon extending the Safer At Home guidance and included updated travel guidance from the Division of Public Health Services:

    • Traveler/visitors to AND residents of NH need to self-quarantine for 14 days following the last date of any travel internationally (including to/from Canada); on a cruise ship; or domestically outside of the New England states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, or Rhode Island for non-essential purposes.
    • If the person is asymptomatic and has a negative PCR test on or after day 7 of quarantining, they may shorten or end their quarantine.
    • This 7-day “test out” of travel quarantine option applies ONLY to travel-related quarantine and NOT quarantine due to other types of exposure.

    Anyone with travel plans should follow the latest New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health Services COVID


    **There is now a MASK MANDATE for ages 5 and up in the State of NH effective Nov 20,2020 until Januray 15,2021, ordered by Governor Sununu, Executive order #74:

    “The scientific evidence is clear; wearing a mask slows the spread of COVID-19, an outcome which will save lives, help keep our economy running and small businesses open, and support our healthcare workers. As leaders of regional Chambers of Commerce, we have been working with the State of NH since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to help our business community navigate the impacts of this crisis. With the recent increase in infections, we urge all businesses, organizations, and individuals that live, work, or visit NH to wear a mask when indoors and outdoors when social distancing is not possible and to follow all State of NH public health and business reopening guidelines. Working together we can and will get through this challenge and ensure that our state and business community is on the road to recovery.”   Click here for full text and exceptions

    This Order shall not apply to the following: a) Educators, students, and staff within K-12 schools; b) Any person with a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a mask or other face covering; c) Any person consuming food or drink or sitting at a restaurant or table to eat or drink; d) Any person engaged in physical strenuous physical activity; e) Any person giving a religious, political, media, educational, cultural, musical, or theatrical presentation or performance for an audience; f) Any person who is deaf or hard of hearing, and any person while communicating with an individual who is deaf or hard of hearing or who has a disability, medical condition, or mental health condition that makes communication with that individual while wearing a mask or face covering difficult; g) Any person obtaining or providing a service that requires the temporary removal of a mask or face covering; h) Any person asked to remove a mask or face covering to verify an identity for lawful purposes; or i) Any public safety worker actively engaged in a public safety role and when a mask or face covering would seriously interfere in the performance of their public safety responsibilities. 




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