As of June 14, there are no state COVID-19 restrictions or requirements for Vermonters or visitors to follow.
Vermont's high vaccination rates mean the vast majority of Vermonters are protected from the virus and keep the virus from spreading to others. With high vaccination rates and low number of COVID-19 cases, it’s safe for most Vermonters to return to the activities they did before the pandemic.
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If you or your children are not vaccinated or only had your first dose, you can choose to follow the prevention steps.
If you are fully vaccinated (it's been 14 days since your final shot), you can go back to doing all the activities you did before the pandemic.
There are still things we can all do to reduce the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19. We can help protect children under the age of 12 and people who are not able to get the vaccine due to a weakened immune system or other health condition and anyone else not vaccinated by taking prevention steps.