The greatest public health impact can be made by vaccinating now. Refusing to distribute the vaccine suggests that some people, the ones who today need it the most, aren't deserving of it.
More than 200 of Vermont’s toddlers and babies received a Covid shot as of Friday morning.
The vaccines will primarily be available through pediatricians. Providers will begin to receive doses starting this week, according to the health department.
In many Vermont schools, Covid is no longer top of mind — even as cases in some districts have risen.
Unlike Canada, the U.S. is not requiring a negative Covid test for people crossing the border. The requirements were first announced in October.
A bill sponsored by Sen. Brian Campion, D-Bennington, would eliminate religious exemptions for children requiring vaccinations in schools. It faces an uncertain future in the Statehouse.
As vaccines open up for 5- to 11-year-olds around the state, a “technical glitch” left people unable to register dependents if they or their child identified as Black, Indigenous or a person of color.
The Pfizer, Moderna and JnJ boosters are now available to many Vermonters. Here are answers to commonly asked questions about these extra shots.
Vermont is expanding its list of people who are eligible for the Pfizer booster shot, based on federal recommendations, officials said at a press conference Tuesday.
Those choosing to not get the vaccine or, worse yet, propagating misinformation about it despite a data-driven consensus of experts are now learning the peril of ignoring the validity of the scientific process.
Several hospitals in the state now have vaccine mandates, while others are discussing the need for such a policy in highly vaccinated Vermont.
The coronavirus Delta variant has been in the news a lot lately. While Vermont’s vaccination rates are higher than any other state in the nation, experts say the vaccine isn’t always enough. Here’s what you need to know.
Vermont plans to stick with its current vaccination strategy, which a spokesperson for the governor called “a global model,” and focus instead on increasing access to vaccines.
In Vermont, more than 77,000 shots are still waiting to be used, 8,000 of which expire in about a month. But despite the slowing pace of vaccinations, the Department of Health said Thursday that officials believe no portion of the state’s vaccine allocation would go to waste.