Coronavirus Updates

Looking for the latest news about COVID-19 in Vermont? Select any of the headlines below for more of our coverage.

For the most recent data regarding case numbers, testing and more, head here.

Gov. Phil Scott at a podium.
Peter Hirschfeld / VPR File

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus more for Tuesday, Jan. 23.

A sign reading spread kindness stay safe respct others please wear mask
Abagael Giles / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus more for Monday, Jan. 22.

A person in gown, gloves and cap handles vaccine vial and needle
University of Vermont Medical Center, Courtesy

Vermonters 75 and older can now sign up to receive their COVID-19 vaccine.

Phil Scott, Mark Levine and Mike Smith in three windows with a WCAX chyron across the bottom
Screenshot / WCAX

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, a preliminary injunction against Slate Ridge and more for Friday, Jan. 22.

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, Town Meeting Day and more for Thursday, Jan. 21.

A sign reading bring on the snow, let's go 2021, mask up VT in front of a ski mountain
Abagael Giles / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, the governor's COVID-19 test and more for Wednesday, Jan. 20.

Vermont Reports 102 New COVID-19 Cases

Jan 19, 2021
Two coffee drinkers sit outside, with masks, in front of a brick building
Shanta Lee Gander / For VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, Gov. Phil Scott entering quarantine and newly protected land in the Taconics and more for Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Vermont Reaches, Surpasses 10,000 COVID Cases

Jan 18, 2021
A sign reading healthy masked readers welcome in front of a bookstore
Shanta Lee Gander / For VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, a study documenting racial disparities in traffic stops and more for Monday, Jan. 18.

Two women, both wearing masks, on either side of a plexiglass barrier with a basket of groceries
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, proposed federal stimulus, the Everyone Eats program, bear hunting and more for Friday, Jan. 15.

Vermont Reports 197 New COVID-19 Cases, 4 Deaths

Jan 14, 2021
Skaters skare on the frozen, white west river against a blue sky
Shanta Lee Gander / For VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus and more for Thursday, Jan. 14.

Packed snow on a tree reads LOVE with a heart against a frozen river
Matthew Smith / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, impeachment and more for Wednesday, Jan. 13.

Black Lettering on a white board against a brick building in the snow
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, impeachment and more for Tuesday, Jan. 12.

State Reports 433 COVID Cases In Past 3 Days

Jan 11, 2021
A chestnut horse bumps his nose on the head of a man in a red jacket and black face mask, who is holding the hoof of a white draft horse, who is held by a man in overalls and a blue face mask
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, state capitol security concerns and more for Monday, Jan. 11.

A screenshot of a paused youtube video showing people on a dark bus
Screenshot / Youtube

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the Vermonters who traveled to the pro-Trump rally in Washington, DC, the coronavirus and more for Friday, Jan. 8.

A person crosses the street, by a shop window with signs about mask wearing
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, Wednesday's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the governor's inauguration and more for Thursday, Jan. 7.

A sign telling people to keep social distance in front of the Vermont Statehouse dome
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and more for Wednesday, Jan. 6.

A sign reads Let Us Go Forward Together in front of a white clapboard church
Howard Weiss-Tisman / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, the Burlington mayor's veto of proposed police oversight board, the start of the legislative session and more for Tuesday, Jan. 5.

A rainbow sign reads you are loved in the sun.
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus, the Burlington mayor's veto of proposed police oversight board and more for Monday, Jan. 4.

A person in a mask hands over a coffee through a window to another person
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus and more for Thursday, Dec. 31.

State Officials Report 69 New COVID Cases

Dec 30, 2020
A man in a mask cutting hair
Elodie Reed / VPR

Vermont reporters provide a roundup of top news takeaways about the coronavirus and more for Wednesday, Dec. 30.

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