The state has stopped publishing some types of Covid data, but information on cases and hospital admissions is still being updated.
Author: Erin Petenko
Vermont’s overall Covid-19 levels ‘low,’ health department reports as it retires Covid datasets
Weekly updates of current hospitalizations and detailed case data have been archived.
Jack McCullough wins Montpelier’s mayoral election
The capital's three-way race focused on water woes, road repairs and housing issues.
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Vermont's Covid levels ‘low’ as national levels flatline
Vermont’s cases and hospitalizations have remained mostly steady in recent weeks, and are almost the exact same as they were a year before.
Vermont Covid levels ‘low,’ health department reports
Cases and hospital admissions remained steady from the previous week.
Vermont surpasses 900 Covid deaths while state levels are ‘low’
The state’s monthly Covid death toll has smoothed out over the past year, but the virus is still on pace to be one of the leading causes of death in 2022.
Vermont’s overall Covid levels remain ‘low’ as Burlington wastewater data returns to normal
A one-week spike in Burlington’s wastewater test results has returned to “baseline,” the city reported, but several counties reported rising Covid levels.
End to national Covid-19 emergency order could affect Vermont’s tools to fight the disease
President Joe Biden announced plans to end the emergency order on May 11. The order set requirements for insurance coverage of Covid-19 vaccinations, testing and treatment.
Ex-prison superintendent wins suit against Department of Corrections for retaliatory firing
The jury awarded Mark Potanas $605,000 for a claim under the whistleblower protection act.