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Current Activity

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We've organized data into graphs and charts to help tell the story of how the virus has impacted people in our state.

Find up-to-date numbers, and learn about the trends we've seen over time. See COVID-19 activity in towns, schools and colleges.

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December 2, 2020 COVID-19 Case Data Update 

The number of COVID-19 cases in Vermont now includes probable cases that have been reported to the Health Department since September 6, 2020. 

A case is considered “probable” if the person  

  • tested positive on an antigen test and has symptoms of COVID-19 or epidemiologic evidence, or 
  • has symptoms of COVID-19 and is epidemiologically linked to a confirmed case of COVID-19. 

This change is reflected in the following reports: Vermont Dashboard, Weekly Data Summary, and COVID-19 in Communities. The dashboard tab with the graph describing cases and deaths now separates probable cases. For more information, read “What is a probable case?”

In This Section

Daily updates on cases of COVID-19, testing, monitoring, hospitalization and deaths. View information by county and see breakdowns by age, sex, ethnicity and race.

View COVID-19 cases by town, and find reports for schools, colleges and universities.

Take a deeper dive into data about COVID-19 in Vermont. There's a spotlight on a different aspect of our experience each week.