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Vermont Coronavirus report (updated Tuesday, March 2)
70 new cases
↓ down from 101 yesterday
15,372 total cases
0 new deaths
0 deaths yesterday
23 in hospital
↓ down from 24 yesterday
7 in ICU (8 yesterday)
47,864 completed first dose
58,405 completed both doses
1,083 daily doses administered
Data retrieved from Vermont Department of Health, reported daily. Vaccine data updated Tuesdays through Saturdays. Read VTDigger's full coverage of Covid-19 in Vermont.
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