With Libraries And Movie Theaters Closed, N.H. Cities Weigh Options For Places To Beat the Heat
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New Hampshire has few places left open for people to cool off during this week’s heat wave.
Phil Alexakos, Chief Operations Officer for the Manchester Health Department, says if temperatures reach what is considered “extreme heat,” the city may have to create designated cooling centers.
“And we would have to do that now with the lens of properly distancing folks,” he says. “So that’s what we’re going to be working on is looking at our existing plans and making sure that they take into account proper distancing and precautions and screenings.”