Burlington Mayor Weinberger called for stronger sanctions against students who flout testing guidance and daily updates on testing results.
Mass testing of the 219 Vermont prisoners held in the out-of-state facility took place late last week.
At a press conference Friday, Col. David Shevchik, the commander of the 158 Fighter Wing, announced 250 Vermont airmen would be traveling in early August to Wisconsin to train, and taking various measures to address Covid-19 risks.
Scott increased capacity inside retail stores from 25% to 50%, as the statewide mask mandate is set to begin.
The most recent death brings the total number of people who have died in Vermont with the illness since the beginning of the outbreak to 57.
Just like we’ve turned the spigot in our economic restart, it makes sense for some schools to start with a cautious hybrid approach.
The governor had long resisted calls for a mandate, saying that education is the best way to get people to wear masks when in public.
A UVM researcher is studying whether people who are invested in the environment are the ones most likely to be wearing masks and social distancing.
I did not expect that basic public health measures and looking at numbers would become political. I did not expect that wearing a mask would be political.
Providing for social distancing in the courtroom and the quarantining of key out-of-state witnesses is causing delays in the first murder case in 100 years in the capital city.
When Nathan and Henry Wu had to cancel their planned performances at libraries around Vermont, they took their music online.
In our Next Wave series, VTDigger examines the range of possibilities for the coming months of the pandemic in Vermont.
The recent national surge in Covid-19 cases, while “anxiety-provoking,” offers only limited data for Vermont, says one public health expert.
A digest of VTDigger’s coronavirus coverage from across the state.