Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you need to know now                                                                 

We Have Answers - Consult the Frequently Asked Questions or use the chat bot to ask your COVID-19 question.

Traveling to Vermont – See NEW travel info, find out about quarantine requirements and sign up for daily symptom check reminders.

Wear a Cloth Mask – Make wearing cloth face masks or coverings a habit whenever you leave home. The covering should go over your mouth and nose. Learn more about how to use cloth face masks or coverings and where you can buy one.

Be Smart, Stay Safe – See guidance on small steps you can take to safely visit with a friend or family member. It is important to continue physical distancing when you leave home, to prevent new cases from quickly increasing. Keep six feet between yourself and others when you are out.

Testing at Pop-up Locations – Anyone without symptoms can be tested at a pop-up location. Health care workers, first responders and child care providers are encouraged to get tested. People who are returning to Vermont, and who are at day 7 or later in their quarantine period, can also be tested. Find testing locations and dates and register for a test. NEW Testing for Winooski Community members on multiple dates in June. Register here.

Call your health care provider if you have any of these symptoms: cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, fatigue, muscle pain or body aches, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. 

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

Use the "Ask the Chat Bot" feature to find answers to your questions about COVID-19, and see responses to what other Vermonters are asking.

COVID-19 is a new disease, caused by a coronavirus that has not previously been seen in humans. COVID-19 is spreading easily and sustainably in our communities. Learn how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, and what to do if you are sick.

Are you visiting or coming back to Vermont? If you are visiting or returning to Vermont – or you live in Vermont but have spent more than one day traveling for non-essential purposes – you must quarantine for 14 days once you arrive in Vermont.

Living with uncertainty during the outbreak of COVID-19 is stressful for everyone. See tips to help get through this unsettling time.

Find guidance for the health care community, including health alerts and resources for protecting patients and health care workers in different settings.

Group living settings like apartment complexes, senior housing or long-term care facilities should follow strategies to detect and prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like the new coronavirus. Find guidance and resources to help.

Find resources, information about volunteering, as well as guidance for businesses and employees.

The Health Department offers guidance to schools and child care centers during closures and essential operations.

Looking for guidance about isolation or quarantine? Need poster reminders about hand-washing? Find COVID-19 resources in many different languages here.