Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Quebec continue to see new cases at much higher rates than Vermont.
New data shows that black and Hispanic people are testing positive for Covid-19 at a disproportionately high rate.
Biweekly summaries of a limited number of patients found that fatigue, muscle weakness, shortness of breath and nasal congestion are also common symptoms of the new disease.
The facility-wide testing was carried out after a staffer who had been self-quarantining for two weeks tested positive for the virus.
The average age of people who have died of the coronavirus is 80, and 45% were residents in long-term care facilities at the time of their death.
The Vermont Department of Health is checking all employees at the 43-bed Thompson House rehabilitation and nursing center after a worker was found to have coronavirus.
Vermont also reported two new deaths and conducted 130 new tests, a significant drop compared to the daily average tests reported.
The latest figures released Friday morning raise the state’s total of positive coronavirus cases to 779, up from 768 the previous day.
Thursday’s reported deaths equals the biggest daily jump in Vermont, however a health official said the deaths occurred over a few days.
The Vermont Department of Health released a Covid-19 dashboard on Tuesday that reveals new data on the demographic breakdown of Covid-19 cases in Vermont.
The new site at Landmark College opened Sunday as the state tries to isolate people who have contracted the illness and prevent it from spreading.
The skilled nursing facility has reported 17 cases of the coronavirus and seven deaths. Family members and residents want answers.
The latest figures bring the total of cases in Vermont to 95, and total deaths to seven.
Mitzi Johnson said there is no guarantee the latest bill, which stalled in the House last year, will reach the floor in 2020.