For Vermonters who live with chronic illness following a case of Covid-19, and the doctors who treat them, the public health crisis continues.
Thousands more than expected died in Vermont during the pandemic. Research points to delayed care, isolation and uncounted Covid deaths.
A rise in deaths from related causes is the likely driver of Vermont’s higher-than-average death toll — but unmarked Covid deaths could be hidden in the data.
VTDigger ends weekly Covid updates as levels remain ‘low’
The news organization will continue to cover Covid closely but will focus reporting resources on bigger stories and broader trends — not incremental reports on data that has grown increasingly incomplete.
End of national Covid emergency brings changes to pandemic care and data in Vermont
Insurance coverage for antigen tests and national Covid case data reporting are some of the biggest pandemic-era programs slated to end May 11.
Vermont Covid levels ‘low’ as hospitalizations decline to 10
The state reported a new low in Covid hospital admissions, and other indicators also fell.
New Covid-19 booster recommendations roll out in Vermont
Here’s what you need to know about the transition to bivalent vaccines for all Vermonters, and the new bivalent booster recommendations for immunocompromised people and those 65 and older.
Vermont Covid levels ‘low’ and outbreaks begin to decline
In total, 960 Vermonters have died of Covid since the pandemic began in March 2020.
Medicaid reenrollment is underway, and it’s complicated
The restart of the bureaucratic process means lower-income Vermonters are back to trying to navigate complex subsidy programs, leading some to focus on changing our patchwork system of paying for health care.
Vermont Covid levels ‘low’ as state announces 9 deaths
There were 142 Covid cases reported in the past week, similar to the 139 cases reported the week before, according to the health department.
Vermonter raises $20,000 for a second chance to run her first Boston Marathon
Nicole James vowed that a chronic autoimmune disease wouldn’t stop her from fulfilling a childhood dream of racing in Monday’s 26.2-mile event.