This page contains all of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group’s coverage of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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Your local guide to the global outbreak.

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Last season, Champlain Valley Union High School senior Isaac Bergeron would line up on the line of scrimmage, ready to clear space for the running back.

I’ve been on the job at the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO) for just over eight weeks. CVOEO is part of a national network of community action agencies that were created during Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty.

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Nearly six months since shutting down, Shelburne municipal staff have continued working, albeit with major changes to their day-to-day.

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After two weeks of practice, the state of Vermont officially announced that schools are moving to Stage 3, opening up the opportunity for high school sports team to begin games on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Vermont schools have been given the OK to relax their in-person education plans starting next week, which could include opening gyms and cafeterias to smaller-than-usual groups, and allowing sports teams to compete against other schools.

The Small Business Recovery Technical Assistance Program connects small businesses with problems caused by the COVID-19 crisis with five technical assistance teams.

Coronavirus: Business Operations

Information about coronavirus

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Most people who get the illness will have mild flu-like symptoms. People who are elderly or have severe underlying chronic health conditions will have more serious symptoms and may need to be hospitalized.

The primary symptoms of coronavirus include a fever, cough and difficulty breathing. If you experience those symptoms, phone your doctor or health care provider. Symptoms typically begin 2-14 days after exposure to the disease.

Don’t call 911 or go directly to an emergency room unless the situation is life-threatening.

Questions about coronavirus? Need assistance? Call 211 to connect with the right people. If you cannot reach 211, call 866-652-4636.

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These resources provide current updates and information on COVID-19:

Situation Summary (CDC)

Status of Coronavirus in Vermont (VT Dept. of Health)

  • What You Need to Know
  • Current Activity in Vermont (See Map)
  • What Vermont is Doing
  • Updates

Vermont State Response & Resources (Office of Gov. Phil Scott)

Guidelines on Travel in the U.S. (CDC)

Global Travel Updates (CDC)

Health Tips for Prevention (CDC)

Vermont Unemployment Benefits (VT Dept. of Labor)

COVID-19 Recovery Resource Center (VT Agency of Commerce and Community Development)

  • Resources for Business
  • Resources for Individuals
  • Resources for Communities
  • Cross State Travel (See Map)

Mortgage and Rental Assistance

Personal Economic Assistance Programs (VT Dept. for Children and Families)

Vermont COVID-19 Modeling (VT Dept. of Financial Regulation)

COVID-19 ARCHIVE: Images and Stories from Vermont

World Health News

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The United States has reported 7 million coronavirus cases, and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci says we are still in its first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Nick Watt reports.

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Employees of Sanford Health and CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck said their hospitals' resources are being stretched thin as COVID-19 cases climb.

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and First Lady Pamela Northam have tested positive for COVID-19, the governor's office announced Friday morning.

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President Donald Trump claimed that the White House could override the US Food and Drug Administration if the agency released tougher standards for the authorization of a Covid-19 vaccine, casting such a move as "political." CNN's Erica Hill reports.

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Stacker examines the conditions most likely to contribute to fatal cases of COVID-19, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Some conditions are caused by the virus, while others make it worse.

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CNN's Nick Watt reports that despite rising coronavirus cases in 22 states, issues surrounding a vaccine have become so politicized that a main focus of a Senate hearing with public health officials was on restoring public trust in any vaccine brought forth.

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Here are 30 things learned about COVID-19 since January 2020 with Stacker pulling data and details from various credible sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, STAT, scientific papers, and news organizations.

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