•Vermont statewide group ranges: Low. For this seven-day reporting interval, the speed of recent COVID-19 circumstances per 100,000 Vermonters is beneath 200. New COVID-19 admissions are beneath 10 per 100,000 Vermonters per day, and the p.c of staffed hospital beds occupied by COVID-19 is beneath 10%. Click on right here for the newest weekly surveillance report.
•As of Monday, New Hampshire well being officers reported 76 new coronavirus circumstances for a complete of 362,244. The present variety of hospitalizations is 29. There have been a complete of two,824 deaths. Click on right here to view the New Hampshire dashboard.
•As of Monday, Clinton County, New York, has had a complete of 21,654 confirmed circumstances and 120 deaths.
•As of Monday, Essex County, New York, has had a complete of seven,367 confirmed circumstances and 71 deaths.
•As of Monday, Franklin County, New York, has had a complete of 11,710 confirmed circumstances and 54 deaths.
COVID-19 Vermont Vaccines and Nationwide Stats
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IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS/CONTACTS:
***Click on right here for the newest info on who qualifies for COVID-19 vaccinations in Vermont and to register on-line for an appointment. You can even name to make an appointment at 855-722-7878. The decision heart is open Monday-Friday, 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.***
If you’re sick and have questions, name your major care doctor. In case you would not have one, name 211.
Vt. Division of Well being: 802-863-7240
NH Division of Public Well being Providers: 603-271-4496
NY Novel Coronavirus Hotline 1-888-364-3065
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE VIRUS AND STEPS TO TAKE TO PREVENT ITS SPREAD, SEE THE LINKS BELOW:
UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS/SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
Vt. Company of Commerce and Neighborhood Improvement small enterprise catastrophe hotline: 802-461-5143
COVID-19 Historic Statistics
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Graphs are historic, on account of adjustments in reporting by varied well being departments. Graphs characterize knowledge reported March 2020 by way of Could 16, 2022.
REGIONAL COVID-19 TIMELINE
March 2 — first Higher Valley NH case confirmed
March 7 — first Vermont case confirmed in Bennington county
March 11 — VT prompts emergency operations heart, first Chittenden County case confirmed
March 13 — state of emergency declared, started limiting measurement of gatherings, restricted guests to long-term care services
March 15 — colleges closed
March 16 — decreased gathering sizes extra, closed bars and eating places
March 17 — youngster care closures
March 18 — in-person DMV restricted, first nursing dwelling case
March 19 — first VT deaths from coronavirus
March 20 — elective surgical procedures suspended
March 22 — closure of close-contact biz, restricted gatherings to 10 or fewer folks
March 23 — telecommuting ordered
March 24 — keep dwelling keep protected order issued, closure directed of in-person operations for non-essential biz the following day (March 25)
March 26 — colleges closed for remainder of college 12 months. NH orders residents to remain dwelling & non-essential biz to shut
March 30 — all coming in from out-of-state need to quarantine at dwelling for 2 weeks
April 10 — prolonged keep at dwelling order by way of Could 15
April 17 — introduced phased restart with 5 areas of focus
April 20 — first biz reopen (out of doors work, small teams of two or fewer)
April 24 — expands work crews to five or fewer, provides manufacturing reopening, greenhouse gross sales allowed with 10 particular person restrict, mandates masks and security coaching for biz
Could 4 — Crews of 10 or fewer in manufacturing/development/distribution, outpatient elective procedures can resume
Could 6 — restricted social gatherings (10 or fewer, ideally outside) might resume, “trusted households” — high-risk & seniors have to remain dwelling nonetheless
Could 7 — some out of doors recreation might resume (golf, guided hikes, skate parks, and so on.)
Could 8 — Ed company pronounces conventional in-person massive graduations should not allowed
Could 11 — Full/regular operations for manufacturing/development/distribution
Could 13 — antibody testing group replace (anticipated)
Could 15 — state of emergency expires however is prolonged to June 15
Could 18 — youngster cares can begin bringing workers again, some nonessential companies can reopen below pointers
Could 22 — In-patient medical procedures, dentists, and most different one-on-one well being visits reopen with pointers; eating places, lodgings, marinas reopen below pointers
Could 29 — Salons and barbershops can reopen
Could 29 — NH stay-at-home order prolonged to June 15
June 1 — youngster cares reopen as ready & with adjustments primarily based on well being dept. steerage; museums, gyms, spas, therapeutic massage therapists, nail salons, cleansing companies, and comparable “inside upkeep” companies can reopen
June 5 — New Hampshire lodgings can resume with pointers
June 8 — Interstate journey to and from New England and New York counties with 400 or fewer energetic COVID-19 circumstances per million is permitted.
June 8 — Vt. Indoor eating shall be permitted with 25% occupancy limits and social distancing and well being and security protocols.
June 15 — Vt. emergency order prolonged to July 15
June 15 — NH stay-at-home order ends
June 15 — Vt. lodging reservations begin once more. Vacationers might full quarantine necessities of their dwelling state. Lodging operations may improve occupancy limits to 50% or a complete of 25 company and workers, whichever is larger.
June 19 — Vermont long-term care residential services can enable as much as two guests per resident, per day. Visits have to be outside.
June 22 — NH day camps allowed to open with pointers.
June 25 — Vermont State Parks tenting allowed
June 28 — NH in a single day camps allowed to open (pointers in growth)
July 7 — Gov. Scott says he’ll seemingly prolong the emergency order that’s set to run out on July 15 for an additional month
July 15 — Vt. emergency order is prolonged to August 15
July 17 — Agriculture Help Program functions open
August 1 — Vt. masks mandate begins
August 14 — Vt. emergency order prolonged to September 15
August 26 — Deadline for Operational Aid Grant Program to assist youngster care packages offset pandemic-related bills and losses.
September 8 — Vermont statewide return to high school date
September 15 — Vt. emergency order expires and is prolonged to October 15
September 18 — Vermont bars allowed to reopen counter service and lodgings go to full-capacity
September 21 — Vt. college sports activities inter-team scrimmages delayed
September 26 — Vt. colleges enter step three and sports activities inter-team scrimmages start
October 1 — Deadline for Agriculture Help Program prolonged to November 15
October 15 — Vt. emergency order expires and is prolonged to November 15
October 15 — Tips for Vt. college winter sports activities to be launched
October 15 — Vt. moratorium on utility shutoffs ends
November 10 — All guests or residents returning to Vermont required to quarantine
November 13 — Gov. Scott points new pointers on social gatherings, bars and eating places, and sports activities leagues.
November 15 — Deadline for Agriculture Help Program
November 15 — Vt. emergency order expires and is prolonged to December 15
November 18 — Entrance-Line Workers Hazard Pay Grant Program revised deadline (beforehand 11/13)
November 23 — Surge website at Champlain Valley Expo prepared for sufferers
November 24 — Begin of highschool winter sports activities season placed on maintain
December 7 — Vermont Supreme Court docket extends judicial emergency till March 31
December 15 — First Vt. and NH well being care staff obtain COVID-19 vaccine
December 15 — 100 whole deaths reported in Vermont
December 15 — Vt. emergency order expires and is prolonged to January 15
December 23 — Vt. households quickly allowed to collect with one different trusted family until January 2.
December 26 — Public out of doors recreation with others, and youth league and college sports activities practices can start.
December 29 — Vt. officers announce age-based vaccination technique
January 2 — Return to no social gatherings
January 15 — Vt. emergency order is prolonged to February 15
January 18 — Section 2 of Vt. college athletics plan begins
January 25 — Vermont vaccination registration open to age 75+
January 27 — Vermont vaccination clinics start for age 75+
February 12 — Inter-school and youth league competitions allowed with restrictions
February 15 — Vt. emergency order expires and is prolonged to March 15
February 16 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 70-plus age class
February 23 — Absolutely vaccinated people allowed to collect with one trusted family
February 23 — Absolutely vaccinated people don’t must quarantine to journey to Vermont or return to Vermont.
February 26 — Easing of pointers begins for Vermont long-term care services
March 1 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 65-plus age class
March 8 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for academics/childcare staff, correctional officers, public security staff, 55-plus with underlying circumstances
March 11 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 16-54 with underlying circumstances
March 12 — Vt. eases some social gathering, restaurant restrictions
March 15 — Vt. emergency order is prolonged to April 15
March 24 — Vt. bars and social golf equipment open below restaurant pointers
March 25 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 60+
March 29 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 50+
March 31 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for folks caring for kids with underlying circumstances
April 1 – Vt. vaccine registration opens for all members of BIPOC group 16+
April 5 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 40+
April 9 — Step 1 of Vermont Ahead reopening plan
April 12 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 30+
April 15 — Vt. emergency order is prolonged to Could 15
April 17 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for highschool college students age 16-18
April 19 — Vt. vaccine registration opens for 16+
April 29 — Vt. vaccination registration opens for out-of-state faculty college students, 2nd owners
Could 1 — Step 2 Vermont Ahead reopening plan
Could 14 — Vermont drops masks mandate for absolutely vaccinated. Begins Step 3 of Vermont Ahead reopening plan
Could 15 — Vt. emergency order prolonged to June 15
Could 20 — Residency requirement lifted for Vt. vaccinations
Could 21 — Canada extends border closure to June 21
Could 29 — 10 p.m. curfew lifted for Vermont bars and eating places
June 15 — Vt. emergency order expires
June 21 — Canada border closure expiration prolonged to July 21
July 21 — Canada border closure expiration prolonged to August 21
August 9 — Canada reopens to vaccinated Individuals
August 20 — U.S. extends Canada border closure to Sept. 21
September 20 — U.S. extends Canada border closure to Oct. 21
October 1 — Vermonters 65+, these with underlying well being circumstances, and important staff can join Pfizer booster photographs.
October 22 — Eligible Vermonters age 18 and older can get a booster vaccine that’s a unique model from their preliminary doses.
November 1 — “Combine and match” vaccine scheduling opens on Vt. web site
November 3 — Vaccination signup begins for kids aged 5 to 11
November 4 — Vaccination begins for kids aged 5 to 11
November 8 — U.S. border opens to vaccinated Canadians.
November 22 — Vermont Legislature holds particular session; passes plan to permit communities to set their very own restricted municipal masks mandates.
November 23 — Gov. Phil Scott indicators invoice permitting Vermont communities to create their very own masks mandates.
December 1 — Masks required inside Vermont state places of work.
December 13 — New York state masks mandate goes into impact
December 28 — Vt. Legislature pronounces first two weeks of session shall be distant
February 10 — New York state lifts masks mandate for public areas
March 14 — Vermont to undertake CDC’s new COVID-risk pointers. All school-specific pointers shall be dropped.
March 15 — New Hampshire fastened COVID-19 testing websites closing
March 31 — NH state-run COVID vaccination websites to shut Thursday
April 1 — Vermont state-run vaccination websites will now not require a reservation.
Could 18 — Vermont to discontinue COVID dashboard
June 25 – Vermont state-sponsored testing websites to shut
Sept. 27 — Bivalent booster accessible in Vermont
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