State won’t notify public of most COVID cases in businesses
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State officials do not plan to alert the public when restaurants or other businesses are tied to multiple COVID-19 cases — unless they see a risk to the public.
“You’re walking a really dangerous line,” Gov. Chris Sununu said at a briefing on Thursday afternoon.
His comments came after two restaurants in Manchester and Raymond announced temporary closures because employees tested positive for COVID-19. In both cases, restaurant owners alerted the public via social media.