Staff report The Vermont Dept. of Health (DOH) reported 14 new Covid cases in Rutland County and 11 new cases in Windsor County, on Tuesday, Sept. 7 — in the past 14 days there have been 190 and 170 respectively. […]
Staff report At the Windsor Central Supervisory Union (WCSU) board meeting on Aug. 16, the board mandated that WCSU adhere to the Agency of Education Covid-19 Advisory Memorandum, which requires mask wearing until 80% of eligible students are vaccinated. This means that […]
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Vaccinating 80% of the state’s eligible population may be achieved this week, the governor says By Polly Mikula Governor Phil Scott announced at the Friday, May 21, press conference that when 80% of Vermont’s eligible population — those age 12 and […]
Vermont now allows the fully vaccinated to go maskless indoors and outdoors, state expects full reopening before July 4 target By Polly Mikula Vermont continues to lead the nation in vaccinations, state officials reiterated at the press conferences, Friday, May […]
Pause ‘out of an abundance of caution’ will last through Friday By Polly Mikula UPDATE: Thursday, April 15: Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics cancelled through Friday, April 23 State officials announced Thursday that Vermont will follow the recommendation of the […]
It’s a question of social fairness that has grown increasingly pertinent for public health officials as more and more Americans receive their initial dose of the Covid-19 vaccine: Should vaccinated people, or those with antibodies, have more freedom than those […]
What’s the difference between the federal pharmacy program and state sponsored sites? Staff report There are two parallel programs for receiving your Covid-19 vaccine — one run by the state and one run by the federal government through partnering pharmacies. […]