Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you need to know now

maskPREVENTION: You are required to wear a face mask in public, if unable to keep 6 feet from others. This requirement will help keep COVID-19 from spreading. See more prevention tips.

automobileTRAVEL: Find out whether you need to quarantine when you come to Vermont and sign up for daily symptom check reminders.
Vermont mapRESTART VT: Get the latest guidance from the Agency of Commerce and Community Development on efforts to restart business, travel, tourism and other sectors in Vermont.

test tubeTESTING: Contact your health care provider to find out about getting tested. There are testing locations throughout Vermont.
cough SYMPTOMS: 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 virus not previously seen in humans. COVID-19 is highly contagious. People with COVID-19 who don't have any symptoms can spread the virus to other people. Learn how to protect yourself and others, and what to do if you are sick.

Find out where to get tested for COVID-19, how to understand test results and what to expect at a pop-up testing site.

Are you visiting or coming back to Vermont? Find out about quarantine requirements and ways to limit risk and protect others.

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.

Find guidance for Vermont schools and for child care facilities, including those that are providing services to essential persons.

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