COVID-19 Bulletin

May 10, 2022

Important announcement!

First of all, thank you so much for everything you have done for your communities during the pandemic.

Although the pandemic is not over, relevant COVID-19 updates have slowed enough for us to incorporate them into our regular communication channels: the National Government Relations Update, New Hampshire CEO Update, Vermont CEO Update, and the occasional Basecamp post. Please contact us if you have any questions about these channels or need access to them.

If you need to contact us, email or phone is always available to you. Check out our renovated website for everyone's contact information.


With that said, 

Here is today’s COVID-19 update.

For more, please visit the Bi-State COVID-19 Resources webpage. This links to various credible COVID-19 resources, archives all Bi-State COVID-19 Bulletins, and holds a section of resources for patients.

Bi-State COVID-19 Resources
New Hampshire Resources

NH CEO Call Presentation, May 3rd

Here are Mary Dowes' slides from our May NH CEO Call: "2020 Northern New England Community Health Center Operating Metrics." Special thanks to BerryDunn for presenting on the annual review of aggregated CHC financials. 

State of NH COVID-19 Resources
Governor Sununu Executive and Emergency Orders
Vermont Resources
State of VT COVID-19 Resources
VT Health Care Provider Resources
Federal Resources
NACHC COVID-19 Resources
WHO Situation Report
Other Resources

Your Local Epidemiologist Posts

Over the past week, Katelyn Jetelina has posted two newsletters that overview:

Johns Hopkins Interactive Map and Summary
Community and Patient Resources

CDC: Long COVID or Post-COVID Conditions

Most people with COVID-19 get better within a few days to a few weeks after infection. Some people can experience long-term effects from their infection, known as post-COVID conditions or long COVID. People with post-COVID conditions can have a wide range of symptoms that can last weeks, months, or years. Sometimes the symptoms will go away but return later.

Long COVID can be considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn more: Guidance on “Long COVID” as a Disability Under the ADA, Section

Non Coronavirus Content

NH Health Alert Network

On 5/5/22, NH DHHS released a HAN with recommendations on mosquito-borne diseases.

Today with Macrae Notes
Today with Macrae notes are set to be included in Bi-State's National Government Relations updates going forward.

Questions for Bi-State

Vermont: Please contact: Kaylana Blindow, 802-229-0002 ext. 226

New Hampshire: Please contact: Colleen Dowling, 603-228-2830 ext. 127

Okay, maybe not a fur baby this week. But flippers can be cute too – just look at them!
In recent news, we wanted to share this endangered friend showing up off the New Hampshire coast.

Would you like to see your fur baby featured in a future bulletin? Email pictures to Heather Skeels
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