By Kevin Landrigan, New Hampshire Union Leader
CONCORD — New Hampshire took another step on its COVID-19 recovery path Thursday, with Gov. Chris Sununu ending quarantines for all domestic travel, allowing full capacity in retail stores and unveiling a new state-run system to schedule future vaccinations.
Other moves will permit bars and restaurants to bring back darts, karaoke and pool leagues as well as music performances with up to three players, and the return of walk-in customers to hair salons and barber shops.
A full reopening of the economy remains a few months off, Sununu said. The latest changes will only be possible by maintaining the statewide mask requirement and social distancing rules.
“This is another logical step. We aren’t just going to rip the Band-Aid off and go wide open. That just wouldn’t be a smart thing to do,” Sununu said.
“My goal continues to be around Memorial Day, and we remain on track to do that.”
The return to full capacity in stores takes effect immediately, Sununu said.
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