The coronavirus is spreading rapidly in rural New Hampshire towns, health officials say.
In Clarksville, a small town in the northern part of the state, one in every 27 residents has an active COVID-19 infection. In Colebrook, near the Canadian border, a COVID surge site that was taken down in June has been reopened in preparation for an influx of COVID-19 patients.
On Tuesday, New Hampshire surpassed 200 infections per day for the sixth day in a row. COVID-19 transmission in the state seemed to be under control this summer. The governor has yet to issue a statewide mask mandate.
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Although new cases in New Hampshire remain low compared to most other states, according to an ABC News analysis