New Hampshire first responders now have access to COVID-19 test results within 15 minutes. ClearChoiceMD and ConvenientMD will start to provide those tests this week. Health officials say there’s not a lot of opportunity for social distancing among first responders, and expanded rapid testing should help with staffing concerns. Nashua Fire Chief Brian Rhodes says none of his staff have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past, but that rapid testing will help keep first responders on the job. First responders in Nashua are only tested if they exhibit symptoms and get wellness checks multiple times a day, he said. “The No. 1 reason is, look, let’s make sure that our people are safe. Two, to be able to get them back to work quicker, and three, it also...
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N.H. First Responders Get Rapid Testing, New Disinfecting Sprayers