CONCORD, NH — The state of New Hampshire reported 53 new positive infections Sunday after 7,863 polymerase chain reaction specimens were collected Saturday.
About 1,600 test results are still pending while 8,172 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in New Hampshire since March. Of those cases, 91 percent or 7,403, have recovered.
Four of the new cases were children while 30 were male. Ten of the new cases live in Merrimack County while seven reside in Rockingham County, five live in Hillsborough County outside of Manchester and Nashua, and three live in Nashua.
Two of the new cases were hospitalized while 10 have no identified risk factors — meaning they have not traveled and do not believe they have been in contact with a person known to have a diagnosis.
Total PCR tests to date are 432,396 on 267,486 Granite Staters with 2,400 under public health monitoring but health officials.