The team, which was formed in November, is on call seven days a week to slow the spread of Covid among Vermont’s most vulnerable residents.
Data from the Department of Financial Regulation shows that Christmas travel to and from Vermont was higher in late December than at any point since the start of the pandemic.
Burlington can now test for community presence of the B.1.1.7 strain of Covid-19 itself, but mounting cases and the impending return of college students still gives reason to worry.
Cases associated with outbreaks are decreasing; rather, the rising case count indicates Covid is spreading in the community. See our town-by-town case count.
Those who qualify will be able to register for appointments online or by phone, with details to be announced.
The state plans to keep providing the second dose of the vaccine despite a changing federal strategy.
State says latest federal plan to release more doses won’t change its vaccine strategy.
47 people are hospitalized with Covid, with 10 in intensive care plus 6 people with as-yet unconfirmed cases.
The state may be wrestling with the impacts of quarantine for years after Covid has dissipated. Elderly Vermonters and people with disabilities are particularly at risk.
Schools get $167 million in recovery help; teachers are upset that, despite push for in-person learning, they’re not up for early vaccinations.