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Coronavirus cases rise to 812, 38 deaths

As of Sunday, April 19, the Vermont Department of Health reported that a total of 43 Rutland County and 37 Windsor County residents had tested positive for COVID-19. That amounts to 7 cases per 10,000 population for both Rutland  and  Windsor County.

Health department officials on Sunday said 27  people are currently hospitalized statewide and another 26 patients are being in investigated for COVID-19.

Statewide, 812 Vermonters have tested positive for the coronavirus, thus far, according to the DOH, and 38 Vermonters have died from the virus. Another 25 patients are being monitored, while 808 have completed monitoring. The Vermont Department of Health has conducted 12,726 COVID-19 tests as of Sunday.

One comment on “Coronavirus cases rise to 812, 38 deaths

  1. I believe Scott and Trump fall under the same catagory and are 2 of the same. Scott says he wants to keep everything closed to mid April but now he wanta people back to work. Just money hungry and is not thinking about the people. Whats going to happen when cases double or even triple. What is Scott going to do shut everything down again. Just because there is a small break in the virus doesnt mean you just put everyone back in harms way.

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