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The Vermont Attorney General’s office has asked the court for permission to redact records and charge tens of thousands of dollars to produce them. The state also wants to stall depositions of state officials, including former Gov. Peter Shumlin.
The Vermont Department of Health says the B.1.429 strain has been detected in Franklin and Chittenden counties.
If the state vaccinates enough adults before new variants take hold, Vermonters could revert to pre-pandemic activities in a few months. Experts say the new normal will likely include masking in public in the near term.
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No cases of B.1.1.7 have been detected in Vermont, but that may be because the state has sent too few samples to the CDC for testing. Health Commissioner Mark Levine says the highly transmissible strain of the virus is likely already here.