Safer at Home 2.0 Municipal Guidance
Both in New Hampshire and nationally, policymakers, public health professionals, and other stakeholders are beginning to roll back the restrictions and resuming more typical government, business and social activities. To ensure the safety of all Granite Staters, all employers and employees must take certain steps to stay open or reopen safely.
Join New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Service's (DHHS) Deputy Director Trish Tilley, Division of Public Health (DPHS) Program Manager Matt Cahillane, and NHMA's Municipal Services Counsel Natch Greyes for Safer at Home 2.0 Municipal Guidance.
Hear from state health experts about COVID-19's trends, lessons-learned, best practices for keeping staff and the public safe, and learn more about the ever-changing legal authority to do so from NHMA. Learn what is known about COVID-19 and what is necessary to protect the public's health and allow New Hampshire to remain open for business.