Vendor ordered to leave New Hampshire market after positive COVID-19 test

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Town officials in Enfield, New Hampshire, are looking into contact tracing efforts and the possibility of quarantines after a vendor at the Enfield Market tested positive for coronavirus.

According to a post on the town’s official Facebook page, that vendor was Whiskey Kissed Company, a Boston-based home décor vendor. Market organizers apparently learned at about noon Saturday that the vendor had tested positive sometime in the preceding 24 hours.

The organizers then asked Whiskey Kissed to leave the market immediately, which they did. Town officials say, to their knowledge, the vendor — and everyone visiting their booth in the two hours they were at the market — were wearing face masks.

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