Please see my post from March 10th for high level information on the virus and where to get information. I have included a few new pieces of information for consideration.
On March 11, 2020, health officials announced a second case of novel coronavirus COVID-19 in Vermont. This Chittenden County case is considered presumptive positive, pending confirmation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The first case, announced on March 7, is in Bennington County
|Vermont cases of COVID-19||1|
|Vermonters tested negative for COVID-19||62|
|Vermonters being monitored||215|
|Vermonters who have completed monitoring||59|
Vermont Agency Of Education COVID-19 School Closure Guidance
Screening for public offices and group home settings
Given our district’s proximity to the MA border, Here is a Link to the State of MA site tracking virus in the Commonwealth.
Here is what I am saying to my own large extended family: Older people (like my mom) and people with respiratory issues or compromised immune systems should stay home. It is a great idea become a pro at washing your hands, don’t touch other people. If you have a fever, call your doctor.
Vermonters with questions can call 211 for more assistance.
Vermonters in my district who need added assistance can also contact me at 802-384-0233.