The Checkup for June 30: No new cases of COVID reported in Vermont
With this regular feature, the Banner runs down breaking local and regional developments in the coronavirus crisis.
The Vermont Department of Health reported no new cases of COVID-19 in Vermont on Monday, leaving the cumulative total to 1,208.
In Bennington County, the total remains at 72.
No Vermonters died of the disease over the past day. The death toll stands at 56. Two Vermonters are currently hospitalized with the disease.
So far, 65,764 tests have been administered.
The health department reported that 1,682 people were being monitored as of Monday, 1,629 of whom are travelers to Vermont, and 1,589 have completed monitoring.
The number of Vermonters who have recovered from COVID-19 increased by four, to 953.
No-quarantine travel to vermont expanded to more states
Effective July 1, people from low-risk counties in additional states can travel to Vermont without having to quarantine. The broader allowances are based on detailed modeling and analysis of health and population data. The additional states include Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia, as well as the District of Columbia.
For more information, check the state/county travel map at https://accd.vermont.gov/covid-19/restart/cross-state-travel
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