The NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) launched a COVID-19 Dashboard to help residents and stakeholders track the effect of the coronavirus on our communities. It will be updated daily to display data on COVID-19 cases, related hospitalizations and deaths, and additional demographic detail and county of residence.
The goal of the dashboard project is to make COVID-19 data easily accessible. NH residents have had to make significant sacrifices due to the presence of the coronavirus. DHHS built the dashboard to ensure our residents can quickly find out the most current information about the effects of COVID-19 in their communities as well as throughout NH.
The COVID-19 Dashboard replaces the state's COVID-19 Weekly Summary Report, so residents will have access to the weekly report’s data on a daily basis instead of weekly. The data can be viewed on all types of devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones.
“The COVID-19 Dashboard is a great opportunity to provide our residents with data about the COVID-19 emergency in New Hampshire,” said DHHS Commissioner Lori Shibinette. “It is easy to access and navigate, and the presentation of the data provides our residents with meaningful information about the spread of the virus in their communities. My gratitude to the public health and information services staff who created the dashboard.”