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.
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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.
‘How often today do you get a letter in the mail that’s not a bill or advertisement?’
How should international education work during a pandemic that largely prevents travel? In some ways, the question was a welcome one, SIT president Sophie Howlett said, ‘because we’re not going to be able to solve any of these problems by sitting in America and thinking within our borders.’
Schools get $167 million in recovery help; teachers are upset that, despite push for in-person learning, they’re not up for early vaccinations.
“There is no playbook for this,” said Ben Lee, an associate professor at the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine. “There’s no definite answer for what the right thing to do is.”
For the first time in state history, both chambers of the Vermont Legislature are being led by women.
Gov. Phil Scott will deliver his third inaugural address via livestream on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Aaron Loucks, 27, of Burlington is scheduled for an appearance in federal court in Burlington on Thursday.
A number of businesses in Dover, home of Mount Snow, have temporarily shut down after 18 residents tested positive.
The federal guidance is “not only complex, but almost a formula for failure,” says Health Commissioner Mark Levine.
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