Sixteen students in Middlebury College’s Chronicling COVID-19 Winter Term course conducted oral histories with more than two dozen Addison County residents.
Welch, 74, wrote that his symptoms began that morning and were mild. He said he would be isolating and working from home for the rest of the week.
Vermont plans to begin providing at-home antigen tests for COVID-19 at state-run testing sites, rather than PCR tests, officials said at a press conference Tuesday.
Rows of empty pews, hallways of empty classrooms, and dozens of empty restaurants were something nobody expected to see a little more than two years ago.
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a particular dilemma for Addison County’s small businesses.
Different generations have carried unique perspectives on the pandemic’s place in their memories of the recent past.
State officials say face masks should be optional at indoor settings in Vermont beginning March 14.
Apoorva Mandavilli will deliver Middlebury College’s 2022 Robert W. van de Velde Jr. ’75 Memorial lecture, “Reporting on an Unprecedented Pandemic,” this coming Monday at 7 p.m.
Middlebury has 200 COVID cases on campus, but they aren’t as severe as in past instances, officials say.
Wearing masks will become optional in Addison Central School District schools soon.
After Gov. Scott recommended lifting school masking recommendations, some Addison County schools are making tentative plans to do so.
Masking in Vermont schools — among the last remaining COVID-19 mitigation measures in place for students — will soon be optional for schools with a student vaccination rate of over 80%, Gov. Phil Scott announced Tuesday.
Despite the headlines from Gov. Scott’s press conference trumpeting that schools that were 80% vaccinated would be able to go maskless on Feb. 28, the reality is most schools across the state will keep wearing masks for the next few weeks.
January 2022 was the second-deadliest month of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the Vermont Department of Health.
Vermont was a media darling in the first year of the pandemic, keeping the virus in check better than any other state.