Dr. Anthony Fauci said a number of factors — including Vermonters’ collective vigilance — has led to its low infection rate.
Kids, parents, educators and administrators have adapted to a variety of schedules, but the systems established for the first week of classes remain subject to change.
The hazard pay bill passed this summer included only public health, public safety, health care and human services workers. Grocery managers, cleaning companies and others say their workers deserve to be recognized too.
David Goodman’s long-running interview show is the latest addition to VTDigger’s slate of audio programs.
Weeks after state economists warned that Covid-19 has had a “massive” impact on Vermont’s finances, legislators are reviewing a budget that largely maintains the status quo.
As thousands of students plan to return to Vermont, the health department is planning for the worst case scenario of multiple simultaneous outbreaks.
Remote workers have been flocking to Vermont during the Covid-19 pandemic. Will they remain after the pandemic subsides?
Tens of thousands of Vermonters have already cast their ballots for the Aug. 11 primary. Here’s what VTDigger’s politics team will be watching when the results come in.
Advocates say the state’s stabilization effort should temporarily stave off mass evictions, but it won’t solve the affordable housing crisis.
Young children appear less likely to spread Covid-19, according to Dr. Benjamin Lee.