As of June 14, there are no COVID-19 restrictions or requirements for businesses to follow. Businesses can refer to the Vermont Occupational and Safety and Health Administration's (VOSHA) for recommendations related to COVID-19.
The Health Department works closely with the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living and long-term care facilities to help them prepare for cases of COVID-19. Other types of group living settings, also called congregate care settings, can follow strategies to detect and prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like the new coronavirus.
Vermont works with health care providers and facilities across the state to collaborate in the COVID-19 testing effort.
Find information for the health care community, including health alerts and resources.
Close contact means being within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period, of someone who is diagnosed with COVID-19 during their infectious period. Find out about contact tracing.
Most people with mild illness can recover at home. While there is no specific treatment for COVID-19, you should get plenty of rest, drink plenty of fluids, and take fever-reducing medication if needed.
Find out about who may be at more risk for severe illness, or more vulnerable to getting sick. Learn about precautions.
Take a deeper dive into data about COVID-19 in Vermont. Read spotlights on different aspects of our experience.
View COVID-19 cases by town, and find reports for schools, colleges and universities.
Find prevention advice and resources for your family, including people who are pregnant and breastfeeding.