Coronavirus in Vermont

VTDigger is closely tracking the effects of Covid-19 in Vermont, from the spread of the Omicron variant to the ongoing disruption to the state’s economy and schools. This page includes live-updating public health data and VTDigger’s complete coverage of the pandemic.

Vermont Coronavirus report

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
523 new cases reported today, with 115 hospitalized (23 in ICU)
11.5% seven-day test positivity rate
Most recent death reported January 25, totaling 527 deaths statewide
99% of Vermonters aged 12+ are partially or fully vaccinated
59% of Vermont children aged 5-11 have received at least one dose

Data retrieved from Vermont Department of Health, which is updated daily representing the previous day's report. Vaccination percentage is based on the number of Vermonters aged 12 and above, per Vermont Department of Health Population numbers (2019).

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Covid in schools

As of January 2022, Vermont is no longer collecting school data. We will update our school tables as soon as new data becomes available.

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