Gov. Phil Scott

Walk-in vaccination clinics were held by Rescue Inc. at the Wilmington Antique and Flea Market this past weekend. Angel Balch
MONTPELIER- Vermont continues to inch toward Gov. Phil Scott’s 80% vaccination rate goal and the end of COVID-19 restrictions.
“As of yesterday, Vermont’s vaccinated 79.4% of the eligible population,” Gov. Scott announced at his COVID-19 emergency press briefing Tuesday, “leaving us just 3...

Gov. Phil Scott
MONTPELIER- It was a “good news, good news” situation at Gov. Phil Scott’s COVID-19 emergency briefing on Friday, May 28, as he announced the lifting of a curfew and a summer youth program with serious funding behind it.
In his remarks, Gov. Scott announced over 130 vaccination walk-in...

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COVID numbers still trending positive
MONTPELIER- At his COVID-19 emergency press briefing on Tuesday, Gov. Phil Scott said he expects Vermont to reach his goal of an 80% vaccination rate sometime this week.
Rather than waiting until after his call with governors...

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MONTPELIER- At his COVID-19 press briefing Tuesday, Gov. Phil Scott said Vermont could reach his goal of 80% vaccination among eligible Vermonters as soon as Memorial Day weekend, but would likely hit the mark sometime in the middle of next week.
”If you take the number of people (...

Gov. Phil Scott

MONTPELIER- At his COVID-19 emergency briefing on Friday, Gov. Phil Scott Issued a challenge to Vermonters, promising to lift COVID-19 restrictions the day it’s determined 80% of Vermonters have been vaccinated with at least one dose. Agency of Human Services Secretary Mike Smith said...

Department of Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak
MONTPELIER- Vermont continues to lead the nation in vaccine uptake, and the results can be seen in falling COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, state officials said Tuesday. 
Agency of Human Services Secretary Mike Smith the state is closing in on the milestone of 400,000...

Newly-elected Dover Selectboard members were sworn in at Wednesday evening's special meeting. ME
DOVER- Following their reorganization after Tuesday’s election, selectboard members rescinded the town’s mask resolution signed nearly 11 months ago. 
Vicki Capitani, who had been reelected selectboard chair during the reorganization, asked board members and the public if the mask...

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MONTPELIER- Vermont will begin vaccinating 12- to 15-year-olds as soon as this week, pending guidance from the CDC, officials said, and walk-in mobile vaccine sites are coming to the Deerfield Valley next week. 
“Barnstorming” events, as Vermont Agency of Human Services Secretary Mike...

Dr. Mark Levine
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott acknowledged National Nurses Day, and Nurses Week at his briefing Friday, and announced new opportunities for walk-in and drive-through vaccination. Younger Vermonters, especially ages 18 to 30, should sign up, Gov. Scott said. “Vaccinations mean no more masks, larger...

Gov. Phil Scott
MONTPELIER- Vermont’s COVID-19 vaccine supply will remain steady over the next several weeks, according to Gov. Phil Scott, following his weekly call with federal health officials.
The “good news,” Gov. Scott said, is that a change in the distribution system may provide Vermont with an...


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