VDH: As COVID considerations wane, faculty masking suggestion to run out March 14

VDH: As COVID considerations wane, faculty masking suggestion to run out March 14

Beginning February 5, the case dashboard won’t be up to date on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. A breakdown of the earlier days’ instances might be reported on Mondays (or the day following a vacation, together with City Assembly on March 1). See beneath. Graphics courtesy DFR.

by Timothy McQuiston, Vermont Enterprise Journal The Vermont Division of Well being at present is reporting 177 instances of COVID-19 for Wednesday, down almost 100 from Tuesday. The 7-day case common is 163 (see modeling replace beneath). Hospitalizations and ICU stays have fallen dramatically the previous few weeks. The CDC is easing masking suggestions nationally due to the discount in strain on the well being care system. The CDC and Vermont are emphasizing severe well being outcomes, resembling hospitalizations and fatalities, and never general instances, as the most effective measure of COVID’s well being influence right now.

As a result of Vermont hospitalizations and deaths have come down, Governor Scott at present mentioned that as of March 14 there not might be particular COVID steering for colleges. This consists of no further masking suggestions for youngsters and workers within the faculty constructing or on the varsity buses. Faculties will comply with the overall statewide steering on mitigation measures.

Human Providers Secretary Jenney Samuelson added that kids have seen fewer severe well being outcomes, together with hospitalizations, from COVID nationwide. In Vermont, nobody underneath 20 has died from COVID.

The statewide steering might be primarily based on private alternative, which Scott mentioned ought to be pushed by particular person well being concerns, which embody age and underlying medical circumstances. If, say, a brand new variant emerges, then steering might once more change, he mentioned. He added that due to immunity ranges right here and well being care expertise, Vermont is properly ready to deal with what comes subsequent.

He urged anybody who felt the necessity to put on a masks, in public or at school, to take action as they see match. He requested that nobody be judgemental on the measures every of us is taking to remain wholesome.

Nonetheless, he famous that those that weren’t absolutely vaccinated had been nonetheless at higher threat for severe well being outcomes in the event that they did contract COVID.

As at present’s press briefing, neither the governor nor members of the administration put on carrying a masks, for the primary time since November 2, 2021.

There have been two further COVID-related deaths since yesterday, for 604 statewide; the 2 had been within the 80+ age group.

There had been 49 COVID-19 associated fatalities in Vermont in September 2021, and 47 deaths in October, that are the fourth- and fifth-worst months on document. There have been 42 fatalities in November, 62 in December, and 65 in January 2022 and 57 thus far in February (fatality information is usually up to date into the subsequent month) and a pair of in March.

Whereas the highest focus of deaths has been within the final six months, December 2020 was the worst month with 71.

Hospitalizations at present had been 32 (up 2 from yesterday). The document was 122 on January 19. Well being officers have centered on this as a key indicator. That they had been operating over 100 in early February.

ICU stays, which additionally had been elevated however much less unstable, had been 4 (up 2). The one-day document there was set December 7, 2021, (31).

With case counts falling, the seven-day positivity fee is now 4.6%; the document was 13.8% set January 8. Testing can also be down.

Well being Commissioner Mark Levine, MD, has mentioned he expects fatalities to subside within the subsequent couple weeks. He mentioned there aren’t any harmful trying variants on the horizon, not like the Delta variant from final summer time and Omicron from late fall. An analogous variant to Omicron is circulating in Vermont, however doesn’t look like inflicting noticeable results. However he urges Vermonters to stay vigilant, get vaccinated, put on a masks and keep house if sick and get examined.

Importantly, hospitalizations and ICU stays are a lot decrease than even a pair weeks in the past. In the meantime, the document each day excessive of COVID-19 instances was set January 7, with 2,975.

January 2022 had by far essentially the most instances by month, with 38,500 due to the Omicron variant. December 2021 was second worst with 16,091. December 2021 was third worst with 10,134, February 2022 was fourth with 7,585 and October 2021 was fifth with 6,572, because the worst months for general instances had been all within the final six.

There have been 262 instances of COVID-19 on Monday; 70 on Sunday; 87 on Saturday; 185 on Friday; 227 on Thursday; 206 on Wednesday; 265 on Tuesday; and 68 instances final Monday.

Weekly Information Modeling is offered by DFR Commissioner Michael Pieciak

Division of Monetary Regulation Information Modeling was up to date March 2, 2022 (click on HERE for all 55 slides).

COVID-19 instances in Vermont proceed to say no, with the state averaging 163 instances per day on a seven-day common. This represents a 91% lower for the reason that Omicron variant peaked in Vermont in January 2022, with instances now on the similar stage as September 2021. CDC modeling predicts these favorable traits will proceed in Vermont, the Northeast, and throughout the US.

Hospitalizations have additionally dropped precipitously because the Omicron wave subsides: new admissions for the virus have dropped by greater than a 3rd within the final week whereas the ICU inpatient census has fallen by half.

As of March 2, there are two people in Vermont ICUs for COVID-19. The typical general variety of folks within the hospital for the virus in Vermont has declined 40% within the final week to 33—a stage not seen since final fall.

Hospitalizations proceed to be extra frequent amongst older Vermonters: these over 65 are greater than 17 occasions extra prone to be hospitalized for COVID than these underneath 24. Unvaccinated adults are additionally at elevated threat with quadruple the speed of hospitalization in comparison with their boosted friends.

Deaths had been erratically distributed in Vermont in the course of the month of February, with almost 60% of the 57 fatalities occurring within the first half of the month. Modeling forecasts deaths will proceed to sluggish within the coming weeks. Our ideas are with the households of those that have misplaced family members to COVID-19.

  • Vermont is averaging 163 instances over the past 7 days
  • The 7-day common has decreased 20% over the past 7 days & decreased 43% over the past 14 days
  • Circumstances down 91% for the reason that Omicron Peak
  • Vermont reported 1,111 new COVID-19 instances this week, 526 fewer instances in comparison with final week
  • Fewest weekly case since mid-September
  • Week-over-week testing fell, with the 7-day common lowering 17%
  • Take a look at positivity decreased 3% over the past 7 days
  • The not absolutely vaccinated case fee has decreased 35% within the final 7 days
  • The absolutely vaccinated fee has decreased 25% throughout the identical interval
  • Over the past 7 days, instances have:

● Decreased 1% for ages 0 to 24
● Decreased 42% for ages 25 to 49
● Decreased 24% for ages 50 to 64
● Decreased 10% for ages 65+

  • Vermont ranked thirty fifth for the speed of recent COVID-19 instances over the past week.
  • Vermont had the 2nd highest fee of COVID-19 testing over the past week
  • Vermont COVID-19 instances are anticipated to proceed to say no within the coming weeks, according to enhancing case traits in Vermont, the Northeast and the U.S.
  • Declines in COVID-19 fatalities are anticipated over the subsequent 4 weeks
  • 36% lower within the new hospital admission 7-day common over the previous week, 7-day common lowest since early October
  • 40% Lower within the 7-day hospitalization common over the previous week
  • 50% lower within the 7-day ICU common over the previous week
  • Hospitalizations proceed to be extra frequent amongst older Vermonters
  • These 18+ & not absolutely vaccinated had been almost 4x extra prone to be hospitalized from COVID-19 over the past 6 weeks in comparison with these absolutely vaccinated & boosted
  • Vermont ranked twenty first on COVID-19 hospital admissions per capita over the past week
  • 602 COVID-19 deaths for the reason that begin of the pandemic
  • Vermont had the Thirteenth-fewest COVID-19 deaths per capita over the past week
  • Northeast Regional Circumstances: New Circumstances February 22th to February twenty eighth, 47% Lower in New Circumstances
  • Weekly Northeast Regional Circumstances: 39,849 fewer instances this week in comparison with final week
  • New England instances decreased 29% over final 7 days & decreased 56% over final 14 days
  • New England hospitalizations decreased 25% over final 7 days & decreased 47% over final 14 days
  • Nationwide COVID-19 instances are anticipated to see enchancment within the coming weeks
  • Case declines will seemingly range by geography primarily based on timing of Omicron peak

COVID instances now are highest per capita within the final two weeks in Addison, Orleans, Orange, and Windsor. Addison had been a comparatively fairly area till just lately. Windsor County instances even have elevated relative to the remainder of the state.

Dr Levine mentioned those that usually are not absolutely vaccinated (which features a booster for these eligible) are nonetheless extra prone to be hospitalized for COVID-19.

In response to the VDH, 81 p.c of eligible Vermonters (5+) have been accomplished their vaccination routine and a complete of 65 p.c (12+) have obtained a booster shot.

Case info displays counts as of the tip of the earlier weekday. All information are compiled by the Well being Division and are preliminary and topic to alter.

DATE CASE COUNT DEATHS REPORTED
February 28 101 4
March 1 262 0
DATE CASE COUNT DEATHS REPORTED
Feb. 25 185 0
Feb. 26 87 0
Feb. 27 70 3
DATE CASE COUNT DEATHS REPORTED
Feb. 18 267 4
Feb. 19 210 0
Feb. 20 101 0
Feb. 21 68 0
DATE CASE COUNT DEATHS REPORTED
Feb. 11 283 0
Feb. 12 247 0
Feb. 13 120 8
DATE CASE COUNT DEATHS REPORTED
Feb. 4 284 0
Feb. 5 311 0
Feb. 6 149 0

Case info displays counts as of the tip of the earlier weekday. All information are compiled by the Well being Division and are preliminary and topic to alter.

Testing

Addison County

New Circumstances: 14

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 262

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 708.6

Bennington County

New Circumstances: 8

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 115

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 322.8

Caledonia County

New Circumstances: 8

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 96

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 316.8

Chittenden County

New Circumstances: 65

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 602

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 365.8

Essex County

New Circumstances: 1

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 19

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 304

Franklin County

New Circumstances: 11

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 185

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 374.3

Grand Isle County

New Circumstances: 1

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 16

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 225.7

Lamoille County

New Circumstances: 1

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 44

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 173.9

Orange County

New Circumstances: 11

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 133

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 458.6

Orleans County

New Circumstances: 8

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 156

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 579.8

Pending Validation

New Circumstances: 9

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 167

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 0

Rutland County

New Circumstances: 11

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 220

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 375

Washington County

New Circumstances: 10

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 195

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 335.4

Windham County

New Circumstances: 7

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 72

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 168.4

Windsor County

New Circumstances: 12

Latest Circumstances – Previous 14 Days: 215

Circumstances Per 100,000 – Previous 14 Days: 388.9

​As for testing, the state might be relying extra closely on self reporting as speedy antigen assessments turn into extra outstanding and extra accessible.

Whereas the primary 350,000 assessments had been distributed in a program that started in January, all Vermont residents who haven’t efficiently ordered one can request a speedy, at house take a look at via the VDH when the state is ready to distribute the subsequent allotment of 150,000 assessments: SayYesCovidHomeTest.org

Fast antigen assessments at the moment are extra extensively accessible at native pharmacies and the fee ought to be reimbursed by your medical health insurance supplier.

Federal COVID speedy assessments at the moment are accessible at COVIDtests.gov – Free at-home COVID-19 assessments

Every order will include two take a look at kits and every equipment accommodates two assessments, for a complete of 4 assessments per order.

Take a look at at Dwelling: Vermont Faculty COVID-19 Testing Protocol Winter 2022

State of affairs 1: Fast Testing for Presumptive Contacts

(Revised: January 14, 2022)

This state of affairs applies to each school-based and community-based contacts. This state of affairs applies to each workers and college students. PreK college students attending packages which can be connected to Ok-12 faculty buildings are eligible to take part on this program.

Course of

1. Faculty learns of a constructive case in a pupil or workers member.

2. Faculty notifies college students/households that there’s a case of their class. Classmates are thought of “presumptive contacts.”

3. College students and workers who’re presumptive contacts ought to decide up take house antigen take a look at kits.

• For instance, in highschool and center colleges, college students in impacted school rooms may very well be despatched to the workplace for take a look at equipment decide up.

• In elementary colleges, take a look at kits may very well be delivered to school rooms for backpack drop.

• Faculties mustn’t monitor compliance of equipment decide up or use of kits.

4. Presumptive contacts obtain a special variety of kits relying on their vaccination standing.

• If people are absolutely vaccinated (and have obtained a booster for adults), they need to obtain 2 assessments and use them on the fourth and fifth days after studying of their presumptive publicity.

• If people usually are not absolutely vaccinated, they need to obtain 5 assessments and use them for the subsequent 5 consecutive days after receiving them.

For people with steady family publicity:

• If people are absolutely vaccinated (and have obtained a booster for adults), it is strongly recommended that they take a look at each 3 to five days whereas their family contact is in isolation and for five consecutive days after the family contact ends isolation.

• If people usually are not absolutely vaccinated, it is strongly recommended that they take a look at each day whereas their family contact is in isolation, and for five consecutive days after the family contact ends isolation.

People with presumptive faculty contact don’t have to in any other case quarantine throughout their testing intervals. People who’re shut contacts to a case outdoors of college are beneficial to quarantine in line with Vermont Division of Well being steering, however might attend faculty in line with the above protocol.

Equipment Distribution and FERPA

Faculty district personnel with a have to know might entry any FERPA protected info with none have to get consent or present disclosure. If pupil vaccination standing is used to create assets for the only goal of helping with take a look at equipment distribution, these assets turn into a part of the coed’s academic document, pursuant to FERPA. For extra info, please discuss with U.S. HHS and U.S. ED. Joint Steering on the Software of FERPA and HIPAA to Pupil Well being Information.

State of affairs 2: Diagnostic Testing

Faculty nurses can have entry to speedy testing (antigen and/or LAMP) for the next functions:

• Faculty-based testing for college students or workers with signs at college.

• Faculty-based testing for households who want faculty help in administering assessments underneath State of affairs 1, above.

If antigen assessments are used, faculty nurses will conduct one take a look at at school and ship a second take a look at house with the household to be accomplished roughly 24 hours after the primary take a look at.

Faculties would require consent from households to do in-school testing.

If a pupil doesn’t attend faculty as a result of sickness, their father or mother/guardian might entry 2 speedy antigen assessments by selecting them up at college. These assessments ought to be taken as near 24 hours aside as potential. Employees might do the identical.

Symptomatic college students and workers who’ve two destructive assessments, have symptom enchancment and are fever free for twenty-four hours might return to highschool.

Faculty testing steering and knowledge may be discovered on the Company of Schooling web site at schooling.vermont.gov/covid19/testing.

State officers need to preserve children in colleges and colleges open. Distant studying doesn’t rely as an official faculty day, except granted a waiver by the Division of Schooling.

As a result of self-reporting of instances won’t be as excessive as instances discovered through PCR assessments, a number of metrics ought to be used to guage the influence of COVID-19 on the state.

DFR Commissioner Pieciak mentioned many components ought to be checked out to gauge Omicron influence, together with statistical estimates of viral load, hospitalizations, ICU stays and deaths.

Additionally, folks ought to improve their masks to N95 or comparable as a result of Omicron is best in a position to get via an everyday fabric masks. Dr Levine urged Vermonters to put on a double masks if an N95-type masks was not accessible.

As for the grownup inhabitants, the state will start to roll out free antigen take a look at kits for most of the people starting Wednesday on the healthvermont.gov web site beginning at 10 am. The state has 250,000 kits (every equipment has two assessments and a person ought to take each at the least 24 hours aside).

The federal authorities will launch comparable kits within the coming weeks.

The state and federal kits are on a first-come foundation.

Pharmacies additionally might have kits accessible, although that’s extra hit and miss. Nonetheless, most insurance coverage will cowl the price of kits (about $25) both upfront or reimbursed.

The state started distributing 500,000 at-home speedy antigen assessments beginning on January 12 at 10 am trough the healthvermont.gov web site. The primary allotment of 350,000 was allotted by the afternoon.

The State opened registration for COVID-19 booster photographs for youngsters 12 to fifteen years previous on Thursday, January 6, following approval by CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.

This age group can obtain their Pfizer booster as early as 5 months after their second Pfizer dose. Youngsters ages 16 and 17 have already been eligible for a Pfizer booster however can now additionally get their booster shot as quickly as 5 months after the second dose.

The brand new 5 month wait time for a booster shot additionally applies to anybody 18 and older who obtained the Pfizer vaccine. They will get a Pfizer or Moderna booster.

To make an appointment, mother and father and caregivers can go browsing efficient instantly at healthvermont.gov/MyVaccine or by calling 855-722-7878.

  • Along with increasing booster eligibility to these underneath 12, the FDA additionally shortened the ready time between the first collection of the Pfizer vaccine and the third shot (booster) from six months to 5.
  • The FDA additionally approved a 3rd primary-series dose for immunocompromised kids over 5 years previous.

Along with being vaccinated and boosted, Vermonters ought to proceed taking these common sense precautions to shield towards the unfold of the virus in our communities.

  • Keep house when you really feel sick.
  • Get examined when you have any signs – even when gentle, or when you could also be a detailed contact, or have taken half in actions that would put you in danger, resembling giant gatherings or journey.
  • Put on a masks at indoor public settings and round anybody at larger threat of COVID-19.
  • Collect with others safely, which implies small group sizes and testing earlier than vacation celebrations.

For extra info:

Be taught extra concerning the Omicron variant from the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/variants/omicron-variant.html

See Case and Vaccine Dashboards Under

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The place to Get Examined

ANTIGEN TESTS AVAILABLE SOON

Vermonters will quickly be capable of decide up a free antigen take a look at at websites across the state. Info might be posted right here as quickly as it’s accessible. Learn extra about antigen assessments

INFORMATION ABOUT TESTING

You may be examined at a Well being Division testing web site, via your well being care supplier, or ask about testing at your native pharmacy. Folks with or with out signs may be examined at most testing places.

Study learn how to isolate and notify your shut contacts when you take a look at constructive

FREE HEALTH DEPARTMENT TESTING

Our testing and vaccination clinics are busy proper now. It is necessary to make an appointment forward of time so you’ll not be turned away. Make an appointment on-line, or name 802-863-7240. ASL interpretation is accessible by video in any respect Well being Division testing websites.

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT Use when you have had testing or a vaccine via the Well being Division.

CHECK FOR RESULTS Log in after you get an electronic mail saying your outcomes are prepared.

CREATE AN ACCOUNT Use when you have by no means had a take a look at or vaccine via the Well being Division.

Methods to create an account

Incessantly requested questions on Well being Division Testing

Bennington
Southwestern Vermont Medical Middle (this web site isn’t Well being Division testing)
Gymnasium at former Southern Vermont School campus
981 Mansion Dr.
Mon – Sat 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Closed on Fri, 2/4 as a result of climate
No appointment essential. See particulars and obtain a consent type right here: https://svhealthcare.org/COVID-19/testing

Berlin
1311 Barre-Montpelier Rd.
Mon, Thurs, Sat 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tues 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Wed, Fri 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Solar 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

We suggest you schedule an appointment on the 1311 Barre-Montpelier Rd location. If there aren’t any appointments, walk-ins are accepted on the Berlin Mall.

282 Berlin Mall Rd
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Sat 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Wed, Fri 9:00 am – 6:30 pm
Solar 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

Brattleboro
417 Canal St.
Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Burlington
405 Pine St.
Mon, Tues, Fri  8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wed, Thurs 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Burlington
294 North Winooski Ave., Suite 125
(satellite tv for pc location of Neighborhood Well being Middle of Burlington)
Mon 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Closed Mon, Feb 7 and Feb 21
Tues 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Wed, Thurs 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Enosburg Falls
Chilly Hole Household Apply (this web site isn’t Well being Division testing)
84 Water Tower Rd. Fork Suite 1
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
For appointment for this web site name: 802-933-6664

Fairlee
5445 Lake Morey Rd. E
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Sat, Solar 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Tues, Fri 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Glover
Glover Ambulance
48 County Rd.
Tues & Thurs 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wed 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Hardwick
Hardwick Fireplace Station
333 Wolcott St.
Mon 7:30 am – 11:30 am
Wed 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Sat 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Island Pond
Brighton Fireplace Division
102 Railroad St.
Tues 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Thurs 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Sat 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Johnson
62 Wilson Rd.
Mon – Wed 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sat 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Middlebury
1396 Route 7 South (Middlebury South Plaza)
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sat, Solar 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Montpelier
134 State St. (car parking zone)
Thurs 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Morrisville
Copley Hospital (this web site isn’t Well being Division testing)
528 Washington Hwy
Mon – Fri 10:00 – 11:00 am, 4:00 – 5:00pm
Sat: 10:00 – 11:00 am
For appointment for this web site name: 802-888-8888

Morrisville
Lamoille Well being Companions
609 Washington Freeway
Mon – Fri 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Newport
Newport Ambulance Providers
830 Union St.
Mon, Tues, Thurs 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sat 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Newport
North Nation Hospital
189 Prouty Dr.
Mon, Thurs, Fri 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tues, Wed 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Northfield
31 Canine River Rd.
Mon 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Tues, Fri 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Randolph
Gifford Medical Middle (this web site isn’t Well being Division testing)
44 S Fundamental St, South car parking zone
Mon, Tue and Fri 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
For appointment for this web site name: 802-728-7000

Richford
53 Fundamental Road
NOTCH Associate Venture (not Richford Well being Middle)
Mon 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Rutland
Rutland Regional Medical Middle
160 Allen St.
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 10:00 am and 4:00 pm – 5:10 pm
Sat 10:00 am – 11:50 am

Springfield
Springfield Well being Middle
51 Pearl St., Degree 2
Mon, Tues, Fri 8:00 am – 12:30 pm
Wed 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Sat 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Stratton
Carlos Otis Stratton Mountain Clinic
78 Founder’s Hill Rd.
Mon, Wed, Fri 8:00 am – 11:00 am

St. Albans
Northwestern Medical Middle (Valley Crossroads Constructing)
27 Fisher Pond Highway (north aspect of the constructing)
Mon, Tues, Fri 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Wed, Thurs 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

St. Johnsbury
Caledonia Dwelling Well being Care & Hospice
161 Sherman Dr. (car parking zone)
Mon, Wed, Fri 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Tues, Thurs 3:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Sat 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Waitsfield
Waitsfield United Church of Christ
4355 Fundamental St.
Fri, Sat 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Waterbury
1727 Guptil Rd.
Mon, Tues, Fri 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wed 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Thurs 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sat 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Solar 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Wells River
65 Fundamental St. N.
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Thurs 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Williamstown
249 Meadow St.
Wed 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Williston
UVMMC Clinic – Taft Corners
300 Interstate Corp. Middle
(Subsequent to TD Financial institution and throughout from Pleasant’s)
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Windsor
Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Well being Middle
289 County Highway
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Winooski
32 Mallets Bay Ave.
Mon 1:00 pm – 3:50 pm
Tues – Fri 8:50 am – 12:30 pm
Efficient Mon, 2/7
Mon, Wed, Fri 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tues, Thurs, Sat, Solar 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Vaccination & COVID-19 Dashboards

February 22: Sections of the dashboard which can be up to date on a weekly foundation might be up to date tomorrow, Wednesday. This consists of the weekly info on the Case Charges by Inhabitants tab, the Hospitalization & Loss of life Charges by Inhabitants tab and the Weekly Demographics tab.