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Vermont Health Department Urges Post-Holiday Testing

The Vermont Health Department is urging anyone who gathered with people outside their households over the holidays to get tested for the virus that causes COVID-19 seven days after the get-together.
The Health Department also says anyone who hosted out-of-state visitors should quarantine for seven days and get a negative test or quarantine for 14 days.  

Vermont modified gathering rules for holiday gatherings allowing one household to gather with one other trusted household from Dec. 23-Jan. 2.

Meanwhile, the average number of passengers who traveled through the Burlington International Airport over Christmas was down 80%.

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