What to do if you suspect a patient has COVID-19 and find links to topics like alerts and advisories, infectious disease reporting, the pulse oximeter program, test kits and results, the PPE and test kit request form, and more.
Everyone 6 months of age and older is eligible to get a vaccine. Find out where to get vaccinated, see dosage recommendations, and find resources if you need assistance.
Find out when and how to get tested, how to report results, and learn about the different types of tests available.
Learn what to do if you have symptoms or test positive and read the guidance for close contacts.
To protect yourself and others, stay up to date on vaccines, stay home when sick, get tested when needed, consider when to wear a mask, and take considerations for people with medical certain conditions.
Find up-to-date information on the statewide community level, hospitalizations, emergency visits, wastewater monitoring, case counts, outbreaks, vaccination rates, and more. Data and reports are updated on Wednesdays.
Health care professionals can find information and resources on the various therapeutic options available for patients and how to order them.
For Immediate Release
Wednesday, January 12, 2022
For Immediate Release: December 30, 2021
Ben Truman │ Vermont Department of Health
802-316-2117 / 802-863-7281
Vermont Adopts CDC Guidance for Isolation and Quarantine
Additional State Recommendations Added to Further Protect Vermonters