The Checkup for July 20: 10 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Vermont
With this regular feature, the Banner runs down breaking local and regional developments in the coronavirus crisis.
The statistics supplied by the Vermont Department of Health at midday each day are accurate as of the end of the previous day.
The Vermont Department of Health on Monday reported 10 new cases of COVID-19 in Vermont, raising the cumulative total to 1,360. Of the 10 new cases, six are in Chittenden County, two are in Windsor County, and Addison and Caledonia counties have one each.
Ten cases are classified as "pending validation," with the county not specified.
Bennington County's official cumulative total remains at 79 cases.
No Vermonters have died of the disease in about a month. The state death toll remains at 56. Three Vermonters are currently hospitalized with the disease. So far, 83,868 tests have been administered.
The health department reported that 1,232 people were being monitored as of Sunday, a decrease of 92 from Saturday. Of those, 1,146 are travelers to Vermont.
The number of Vermonters reported to have recovered from COVID-19 rose by two on Sunday, to 1,139.
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