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CONCORD, NH (November 20, 2020) – Representatives of the NH Commerce Corridor, a Chamber of Commerce coalition representing the Southern and Capital regions of New Hampshire, released the following statement today in regard to the emergency order requiring mask usage indoors issued by Governor Sununu yesterday and going into effect on November 20, 2020.
“The scientific evidence is clear; wearing a mask slows the spread of COVID-19, an outcome which will save lives, help keep our economy running and small businesses open, and support our healthcare workers. As leaders of regional Chambers of Commerce, we have been working with the State of NH since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic to help our business community navigate the impacts of this crisis. With the recent increase in infections, we urge all businesses, organizations, and individuals that live, work, or visit NH to wear a mask when indoors and outdoors when social distancing is not possible and to follow all State of NH public health and business reopening guidelines. Working together we can and will get through this challenge and ensure that our state and business community is on the road to recovery.”
The NH Commerce Corridor is a Chamber of Commerce coalition representing the Southern and Capital regions of New Hampshire. Coalition members include: The Greater Concord, Greater Manchester, Greater Nashua, Greater Salem, Greater Derry Londonderry, Greater Merrimack, Greater Hudson and Souhegan Valley chambers of commerce.