Rochester Manor gets almost $20g in COVID-19 funds

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Rochester Manor in line for some additional funding to help during COVID-19 crisis. (Courtesy photo)

CONCORD - The Governor's Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery on Wednesday released a list of additional awardees for the Healthcare System Relief Fund, including Rochester Manor.

The nursing home is located on Whitehall Road a short distance from Frisbie Memorial Hospital.

"Keeping the doors open at New Hampshire's health care facilities has been our priority since day one of this public health crisis, and these funds help to ensure just that," said Gov. Chris Sununu. "These funds will provide relief to health care facilities across the Granite State and help to ensure that we remain prepared for a possible second surge."
This additional list of awardees includes $10,817,745.86 in funding for long term care facilities and $6,095,026.50 for other healthcare facilities, totaling $16,912,772.36. An additional $50,348,870 has been previously allocated, including $24,915,000 in funding to eight hospitals which was announced last week.
Rochester Manor will receive $19,751 as part of this latest disbursal.

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