On April 10, 2020

Coronavirus cases up to 679, Friday

Here are the latest COVID-19 numbers (April 10) in Vermont.

The Vermont Department of Health today, Friday, April 10, reported that a total of 34 Rutland County and 24 Windsor County residents had tested positive for COVID-19. That amounts to 14 cases per 10,000 population for Rutland County and 2 cases per 10,000 for Windsor County.

Health department officials on Friday said 32 people are currently hospitalized statewide for COVID-19. Another 43 patients are being in investigated for COVID-19 at various Vermont hospitals.

Statewide, 679 Vermonters have tested positive for the coronavirus, thus far, according to the DOH, and 24 Vermonters have died from the disease. Another 44 patients are being monitored, while 781 have completed monitoring. The Vermont Department of Health has conducted 8,657 COVID-19 tests as of today.

State officials said 350 (52%) of Vermont’s coronavirus cases are women, and 293 (43%) are men, with 34 (5%) unknown sex.

The majority of Vermont’s coronavirus cases (125) have involved people ages 50-59, according to the DOH, 105 cases have involved people 60-69 years old, 14 cases have involved youth ages 10-19, and one case has been reported in a person under 9 years old, according to state statistics.

Chittenden County has reported the most coronavirus cases, with 336, according to the DOH, followed by Franklin County with 68. Addison County has the third most, with 50, followed by 42 for Windham County. Rutland County follows with 34 in Rutland County, there are 31 in Bennington County and 24 each in Windsor and Washington Counties, according to the DOH.

Every Vermont County has now recorded at least one positive test for COVID-19, according to the DOH.

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