Gov. Phil Scott


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...

Vermont Agency of Human Service Secretary Mike Smith announced changes to Vermont's emergency housing program, expanded during the pandemic.

MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott announced changes to the state’s mask mandate and said Step 2 of his Vermont Forward plan would go into effect on May 1, as planned.  
Based on new guidance from CDC officials, Gov. Scott amended the state’s emergency health order effective Saturday, May...

Gov. Phil Scott
MONTPELIER- At his COVID-19 emergency press briefing Friday, Governor Phil Scott announced that administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was ready to go next week, if given the green light by the CDC.
“Even without the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, we’re still on pace to have...
MONTPELIER - With all Vermonters age 16 and over now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, at a press conference held Tuesday state officials urged Vermonters to sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations. In addition, Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine discussed so-called “breakthrough cases”...

Dr. Mark Levine

MONTPELIER- At his press conference Friday, Gov. Phil Scott announced that this Monday, April 19, vaccine eligibility would be open to all Vermonters age 16 and over starting Monday, April 19. 
Gov. Scott also announced that high school students age 16 to 18 could begin signing up...

Gov. Phil Scott announced his phased reopening plan on Tuesday
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott announced his plan and timeline for reopening the economy and easing COVID-19 mitigation measures at a press briefing on Tuesday.
Gov. Scott called his “Vermont Forward” plan a “roadmap for the next three months as vaccines get us back to something more normal...

MONTPELIER- Gov. Scott announced new eligibilities and high vaccination rates at his press conference Friday, but the news was overshadowed by significantly higher numbers of cases across the region and the state. Department of Financial Regulation Commissioner Michael Pieciak reported...

AHS Secretary Michael Smith
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott and members of his administration updated Vermonters on the progress of the state’s vaccination program at a press conference Tuesday.
Returning from a call with other governors and the White House, Gov. Scott announced another increase in vaccine distribution...

Gov. Phil Scott on Friday
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott sounded a note of caution Friday, even while announcing the progress of the vaccination program.  “Yesterday we opened up vaccinations for those 60 and older, and on Monday we’ll move to 50 plus.” Each Monday a new band will open, “ending on Monday, April 19, when...

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