COVID-19: The latest numbers as of Monday, March 30

MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Department of Health today, Monday, March 30, reported that a total of 21 Addison County residents had tested positive for COVID-19, up from the 15 confirmed cases this past weekend.
Statewide, 256 Vermonters have tested positive for the coronavirus thus far. Twelve Vermonters have died from the disease. Another 219 patients are being monitored, while 546 have completed monitoring. The Vermont Department of Health had conducted 3,930 COVID-19 tests as of today.
Chittenden County has reported the most coronavirus cases, with 133, according to the DOH. Addison County has the second most, with 21, followed by 18 each for Windsor County and 17 for Bennington County. Washington and Lamoille Counties have each recorded 13 positive cases thus far, according to the DOH.
Essex and Grand Isle remain the only Vermont counties without a positive test result to date.

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