Public Notice | Litchfield Face Mask Mandate to Remain in Effect

Public Notice
Face Mask Mandate to Remain in Effect 
Released by Litchfield Board of Selectmen – April 16, 2021

Although Governor Sununu’s statewide face mask mandate expires today, the town’s face mask mandate remains in effect. Private businesses, organizations and cities and towns retain authority to require customers and residents to wear face masks. The safety and protection of town employees and residents remains a top priority for the Board of Selectmen at a time when community transmission of the COVID-19 virus is still very active. The Board of Selectmen will conduct an emergency meeting on Monday, April 19, 2021 at 7:00 pm to discuss keeping the town’s face mask mandate in place until at least May 3, 2021 to allow time to fully vaccinate most town employees. The Selectmen want to reopen town facilities but, at the same time, keep its employees and their family members protected and safe. Please remember the best way to protect yourself and your community is to wear a face mask, practice social distancing and avoid large gatherings.

For more information call the Town office at 603-424-4046, go to  www.litchfieldnh.gov  or email the town office at  townhall@Litchfieldnh.gov 

PSA | COVID-19 Vaccine Phase for age 65 and older

PSA | COVID-19 Vaccine Phase for age 65 and older

Thursday afternoon, the Governor announced plans to move to the next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations, opening up the shots to everyone age 65 or older.

The Governor said that beginning Jan 22, anyone age 65 or older can visit the website vaccines.nh.gov and register to get vaccinated. Those vaccinations are scheduled to start Jan 26, and the phase is expected to last into March.

Those who don’t have access to a computer or internet can call 211 or talk to their doctor about scheduling an appointment.

Anyone with questions can also call 211 or visit nh.gov/Covid19.