CONCORD, N.H. (WCAX) On Thursday, New Hampshire reported more than 2,800 people had tested positive for COVID-19. The state has 113 people hospitalized, and 114 people have died from the virus.
One of the biggest challenges in containing the spread of the virus is a lack of testing, but the Granite State is making it easier for you to get tested.
The Department of Health and Human Services says it received 2,000 requests in the first 24 hours.
You can use the portal if you have COVID-19 symptoms, are over 60 with underlying health issues or if you're a health care worker.
You can also go to your doctor and request a test, or call the COVID-19 coordinating office at 603-271-5980.