It is time to get vaccinated!
The CDC has extended the national ban on evictions through the end of June. The extension is critical to slow the spread of COVID-19 by keeping people out of shelters and off the streets. But it’s also critical to ensure that emergency rental assistance can get to people who need it.
The eviction ban doesn't cancel rent, so renters must still continue paying rent if they are able, or work with their landlords to make arrangements.
For assistance with Cash, Medical, SNAP (Food Assistance), Child Care, Medicare Beneficiary and Long Term Care, visit DHHS: https://nheasy.nh.gov/#/
Call 2-1-1 (translators available)
Telephone number: 866-444-4211
For interpretation help call 1-888-596-5365.
SCHOOLS WILL BE FULLY OPEN BY APRIL 19
Going back to work.
Now that many workplaces are opening back up, you may be called to return to work. You cannot refuse to return to work and still collect unemployment unless you have a valid reason to stay home. Simply being afraid of COVID-19 is not a valid reason to refuse a return to work offer.
For the latest information about Governor Sununu's "Safer at Home" order, please visit: https://www.covidguidance.nh.gov/
Updated information about the coronavirus can be found on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.
Beware of SCAMS
Unfortunately, there are people who take advantage of a crisis to scam people. Their intent is to steal your identity, your money – or both.
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