The governor reversed course on masks, though almost none of the underlying factors had changed.
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It took the Scott administration until last week to demand that CoreCivic, a private corporation that houses more than 200 Vermont inmates in a Mississippi facility, conduct testing in line with in-state protocols.
Without improvement, economic stagnation is possible but deterioration is more likely.
The poll, conducted by VPR and Vermont PBS, also found that 76% of Vermonters support a statewide masking mandate.
Employers who are given grants through the $28 million Hazard Pay Program will be able to pay $1,200 or $2,000 to each employee.
Incumbent Gov. Phil Scott and candidate for the GOP lieutenant governor nomination Scott Milne lead in fundraising among Republicans.
Scott increased capacity inside retail stores from 25% to 50%, as the statewide mask mandate is set to begin.
People in Vermont will be required to wear cloth facial coverings in indoor and outdoor public spaces beginning on Saturday.
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.
It was good news for the state, but huge revenue losses still are predicted for the current fiscal year. Officials are working to procure more federal aid.
The expansion was part of an agreement that merged the St. Albans Co-op with the Dairy Farmers of America last year.
The governor and health experts encouraged districts to get younger students back in school, but said the state would respect local decisions.
John Klar is challenging the incumbent governor on the right. He says that in supporting gun control bills and abortion protections, Phil Scott left conservatives behind.