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Deputy Health Commissioner On Updated Gathering Guidance, COVID-19 Case Trends And Vaccinations

A cantaloupe paper sign with black bolded lettering reads COVID-19 vaccines Text COVID to 51034, above the card scanning device at a pharmacy checkout window.
Jane Lindholm
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VPR
At Kinney Drugs in Hinesburg, a sign directs customers to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines online, at the register. You can sign up for vaccines directly through the Vermont Department of Health as well. Today, we hear an update on vaccination in Vermont.

The Scott administration has issued updated guidance for multi-household gatherings in Vermont. Two unvaccinated households may now gather at a time, including for children's playdates.In addition, the state's restaurants may now seat as many as six people at a table from different households. In our weekly health update, we talk through this and other COVID-19 news.

Our guest is:

  • Tracy Dolan, deputy commissioner for the Vermont Department of Health

Broadcast live on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 1 p.m.; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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