The state hit its lowest PCR testing level since the earliest days of the pandemic.
Directors from four rural Vermont health care organizations gathered to discuss rural health care and celebrate receiving $2.72 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
People who have trouble accessing nutritious, affordable food in Franklin, Grand Isle, Chittenden and Addison counties will be able to choose the food they want and have it delivered to their home or available for pickup.
Active outbreaks in educational settings went up this week, according to state data, while hospital admissions and case numbers stayed level.
After Green Mountain Care Board trimmed rate increases at two UVM Health Network hospitals, the network’s president and CEO sharply criticized the actions.
“The state is ending the rental assistance program just when Vermonters need it most. Unless we take action, evictions will increase dramatically, and many more people will become homeless,” Rebecca Plummer, a staff attorney at Vermont Legal Aid, said Monday.
The pod site is expected to reduce the unsheltered population in Burlington by about half.
Owen Foster, a federal prosecutor who has taken the lead on several major health care fraud cases, will be board’s new chairman, according to the governor’s office. David Murman and Robin Lunge were also appointed.
Neither town officials nor trail stewards are seeking to prosecute the culprit. They figure it stems from a situation where someone likely needs help.
Eappen, a Boston-based physician and hospital administrator, is set to replace Dr. John Brumsted, who is retiring from the state’s largest healthcare provider after more than a decade.