Wolfeboro emergency planners continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic

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            (Wolfeboro, NH)—The Town of Wolfeboro emergency planners continue to monitor the status of the COVID-19 pandemic.

            “While the number of cases of COVID in Wolfeboro is higher than at any time during the pandemic, few patients remain hospitalized,” said Wolfeboro Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director Tom Zotti. “Our hearts go out to the families and friends of those stricken with this disease.”

            “We are in regular contact with Huggins Hospital and others keeping tabs on the status of patient census and use of Hospital resources,” according to Local Emergency Operations Center Operations Chief/Police Chief Dean J. Rondeau.

            The LEOC is prepared to ramp up the response if the situation warrants it.

            “With the upcoming holidays, we urge all to use common-sense precautions when  celebrating with family and friends,” said Zotti.

            Please continue to monitor the Town of Wolfeboro website and social media pages for updates.

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