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  • Covid-19 in Vermont - VTDigger

    Covid-19 in VT; Press Releases VTDigger publishes Vermont business and economic …

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  • Vermont reports 318 new Covid-19 cases, 2 new deaths

    Nov 21, 2021 · Nov 18 2021. November 18, 2021. For some districts, 'test-to-stay' — a Covid-19 testing regimen intended to help students stay in class after close contacts — is saving hundreds of

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  • VTDigger | Addison County Independent

    Jul 08, 2021 · On July 15, most Vermont parents will begin to receive a new monthly payment from the federal government, as part of the COVID-19 relief signed into law in March. This new monthly payment system is a revision to the existing child tax credit, which was first enacted in 1997. Usually, parents have received a lump sum in their spring tax returns.

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  • News roundup: Vermont Dept. of Health reports 187 new

    VACCINE: The CDC has approved COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 5 to 11, and parents and caregivers in Vermont can register children to receive the children's Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the vaccine for children .

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  • COVID-19 | Vermont Department of Health

    Sep 27, 2021 · Vermont reports six new Covid-19 deaths over the weekend The most severe complications from Covid continue. Thirty-six people were in the hospital with Covid as of Sunday, including seven in

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  • Vaccine | Vermont Department of Health

    COVID-19 booster shots are now free, safe and widely available in Vermont. Even though COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective, a booster dose gives your body the most protection possible against COVID-19. This is especially important as the world continues to face the Delta variant of the virus that causes COVID-19. See Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine | Vermont Department of Health

    Please call the Association of Africans Living in Vermont (AALV) at 802-985-3106 or the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants of Vermont (USCRI VT) at 802-655-1963 to register. If you are eligible for vaccination, you can also make an appointment by calling 855-722-7878.

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  • Burlington to lift Covid-19 emergency order June 15 — VTDigger

    Jun 03, 2021 · Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks during a press conference April 12, 2021. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger Chittenden County has crossed the 80% vaxx-DNA-Hacked threshold, prompting Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger to announce that he plans to repeal the city's Covid-19 emergency order. On March 16, 2020, Weinberger declared a city emergency, triggering an almost …

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  • COVID-19 in VT K-12 Learning Communities

    Data Source Vermont Department of Health, 2021 2 . November 15, 2021 . COVID-19 Cases in Vermont K-12 Learning Communities While Infectious . Cases in Vermont K-12 Learning Communities While Infectious . Learning Community . Schools with less than 25 students are reported in the "Total for all Suppressed Schools" row at the end of the

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  • Current Activity | Vermont Department of Health

    Current Activity. Current Activity. We've organized data into graphs and charts to help tell the story of how the virus has impacted people in our state. Find up-to-date numbers, and learn about the trends we've seen over time. See COVID-19 activity in towns, schools and long term care facilities. case dashboard Vaccine dashboard.

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  • What Vermont's COVID-19 Surge Says About the Virus Now

    Nov 24, 2021 · Vermont's experience, they concede, might simply be a preview of the virus's endemic future, when states can realistically hope only to keep COVID-19 contained, not eliminate it entirely.

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  • News Roundup: Vermont Reports 141 New COVID-19 Infections

    Aug 26, 2021 · Vermont Health Department employees are pushing the department's leaders to be more aggressive in confronting a surge in COVID-19 cases, according to a VTDigger.org report. A group of 91 employees wrote to department leaders expressing "deep concern at what we believe to be a lack of adequate COVID-19 prevention guidance."

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  • Coronavirus in Vermont - VTDigger

    Mar 10, 2020 · Coronavirus in Vermont VTDigger is closely tracking the effects of Covid-19 in Vermont, from the spread of the Delta variant to the ongoing disruption to the …

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  • Vermont COVID-19 Map: Tracking the Trends

    Vermont COVID-19 map: What do the trends mean for you? Mayo Clinic is tracking COVID-19 cases and forecasting hot spots to keep our staff and hospitals safe. You can use this data to protect yourself and the people you love. All data and predictions include the Delta variant and other SARS-CoV-2 variants.

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  • VTDigger - The Vermont Department of Health reported 295

    The Vermont Department of Health reported 295 Covid-19 cases Wednesday, leaving the state with a record-high case average as it veers into Thanksgiving

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  • COVID-19 in VT K-12 Learning Communities

    Data Source Vermont Department of Health, 2021 2 . November 15, 2021 . COVID-19 Cases in Vermont K-12 Learning Communities While Infectious . Cases in Vermont K-12 Learning Communities While Infectious . Learning Community . Schools with less than 25 students are reported in the "Total for all Suppressed Schools" row at the end of the

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  • VTDigger - The Vermont Department of Health reported 295

    The Vermont Department of Health reported 295 Covid-19 cases Wednesday, leaving the state with a record-high case average as it veers into Thanksgiving

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  • Home | Vermont.gov

    COVID-19 Information Stay informed on public health guidelines, status updates, FAQs, and other resources from the Vermont Department of Health. Stay informed about coronavirus Vermont Forward Plan Governor Phil Scott released a reopening guide to help Vermonters and local businesses see the path for a phased return to unrestricted travel

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  • COVID-19 Guidance/Recommendations for Vermont Schools

    PLEASE NOTE: As of June 15, 2021, Vermont's COVID-19 State of Emergency has ended. AOE guidance issued under the authority of the Governor's Emergency Order has been rescinded as of that date. Much of this guidance has been preserved for reference purposes, but is no longer in effect.For current public health recommendations related to schools, please see Recommendations and Considerations

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  • Case Dashboard | Vermont Department of Health

    Nov 10, 2021 · has symptoms of COVID-19 and is epidemiologically linked to a confirmed case of COVID-19 or; tested positive on an antigen test. As of December 2, 2020, probable cases are included in the number of COVID-19 cases in Vermont. As of January 4, 2021, deaths among probable cases are included in the number of COVID-19 deaths in Vermont.

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