The New Hampshire, a blissful holiday destination with mountains, lakes and foliage. Its nearest landmark is Boston and New York. Peoples are leaving their summer homes to stay away from COVID-19 pandemic. But the locals are begging to the towners to stay away.
It is the Mud Season in New Hampshire and the temperature blowing the snow. Now there are piles of dirt and road sand in the lane. As the threat of coronavirus has banned commercial tourism in the region. But citizens are still coming up in the town. They are riding out the pandemic in the holiday homes and taking advantage of regional outdoor activities.
Dot Seybold, general manager of OVP Management is requesting to the tourist that don’t come to the New Hampshire. Many citizens are confused with the advice to live in fresh air and exercise while adhering to official orders to stay at home.
The Appalachian Mountain Club stated beautiful and well established locations have been overwhelmed with tourists while other organisations in New Hampshire have reported numerous cars with out-of-state license plates crowding parking spots. Many facilities and services have now been closed.