The Checkup: 6 new COVID-19 cases reported in Vermont
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According to the Vermont Department of Health, six new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Vermont over the past day, raising the total to 962. One of the new cases was reported in Bennington County, bringing the total here to 62.
No Vermonters died of the disease over the previous day. The total number of deaths remains at 54.
So far, 29,669 tests have been administered.
Thirty-one people are being monitored, and 877 have completed monitoring, the state reported. The health department said 843 people have recovered from COVID-19, an increase of four from Sunday.
Marinas allowed to open
Marinas in Vermont are allowed to open as part of state's gradual reopening amid the coronavirus so that boaters can get out onto Lake Champlain and other waterway.
Mark Saba, owner of Bay Harbor Marina in Mallets Bay, told mynbc5 that normally the marina would have been open the third week of April. He estimated that the marina put 50 boats in the water Thursday, compared to what would have been around 20 in other years.
Material from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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