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Many Vermonters spend a lot of time outdoors. Learn more about health and wellness for people who work and play outside.
Untreated surface water in rivers, streams, lakes, and ponds is not safe to drink unless it is treated to remove bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
The Cyanobacteria (Blue-Green Algae) Tracker allows the public to check recent cyanobacteria bloom reports at shoreline sites and recreational swimming areas of Lake Champlain and various inland lakes in Vermont.
The Vermont Tick Tracker is a crowd-sourced tool that allows anyone to contribute to our understanding of ticks in Vermont. Ticks have become quite abundant in many parts of Vermont.
The Department of Health summarizes data from the Agency of Agriculture into weekly arbovirus surveillance reports
How are we doing at promoting policies that ensure Vermonters can grow up, live and work in a healthy environment?
Many Vermonters are eager to travel to warmer climates, but if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, do not travel to areas with the Zika virus.
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