Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you need to know now

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PREVENTION: Simple actions make a big difference. Keep a 6-foot distance, wear a face mask and stay home when you're sick. See more prevention tips and know how to recognize COVID-19 symptoms.

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FLU SHOT: It’s more important than ever to get your flu shot this year. Get your flu shot now through your health care provider, a pharmacy, or look for a clinic near you.

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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES: Vermont school communities have adapted to stay safe. See guidance for families, teachers, administrators, nurses and building managers.

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TRAVEL: Find out whether you need to quarantine when you come to Vermont and sign up for daily symptom check reminders.

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TESTING: Contact your health care provider to find out about getting tested. There are testing locations throughout Vermont.

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QUESTIONS? Search our Frequently Asked Questions or use the chat bot to ask your COVID-19 question.

 

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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 COVID-19. Find guidance and resources to help.

Find resources, information about volunteering, as well as guidance for businesses and employees, as we respond to COVID-19.

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

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

First responders play a vital role in protecting Vermonter's health and well-being. Here are resources to support first reponders in their work.

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