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Morrisville Local Health Office staff members are based in our community, promoting health and wellness in the towns we serve. We work on a variety of health topics in partnership with schools, worksites, town offices and local service providers. We also serve individuals and families right in our office. We invite you to learn about the many ways we can help you, your family and your community be healthy.
As the COVID-19 pandemic comes upon it’s one year anniversary, we would like to remind residents to stay vigilant in helping reduce it’s spread as we continue the vaccination phase. To help reduce your chances of contracting or transmitting the virus:
- Stay home if you are sick.
- Wash your hands often.
- Keep your social circle to only the people you live with.
- Stay at least 6 feet apart from people you do not live with.
- Wear a mask any time you are around people you do not live with.
If you have gathered with people you don’t live with, you should quarantine, and we encourage you to get tested right away, and then again 7 days after the gathering.
If you had close contact with someone with COVID-19, follow quarantine guidelines. Answer the phone if a contact tracer from the Health Department calls you.
Avoid non-essential travel. If you travel out of Vermont, you must quarantine when you return.
Remember that we’re all at risk of getting this virus. Offer to help community members who are affected by isolation and quarantine. We thank you for being understanding and supportive of one another during this time.
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