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Vermont Vaccinations

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Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says the state is continuing to lead the country with the highest percentage of its eligible population vaccinated against COVID-19, but the state is not letting up.

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Officials say the percentage of eligible Vermonters who've received at least the first dose of a vaccine against COVID-19 continues to lead the country.

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Vermont’s COVID restrictions have been lifted and its State of Emergency has expired, allowing the state to revert, for the most part, to pre-pandemic normalcy. But Governor Phil Scott is continuing efforts to vaccinate residents.

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Vermont is nearing its goal of vaccinating 80 percent of its population against COVID-19. But thousands more Vermonters need the jab before pandemic restrictions end.

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At their COVID-19 briefing Friday, Vermont officials emphasized vaccinations as the key to meeting the state’s reopening goals.

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Vermont officials discussed the latest vaccine distribution plans by the federal government and cautioned younger residents to remain virus vigilant during a COVID briefing Tuesday.

A committee of more than two dozen health care providers and advocates are calling for the immediate vaccination of Vermont's prison inmates.

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Vermont Governor Phil Scott announced a loosening of gathering restrictions during his COVID-19 briefing Friday.

Vermont Governor Phil Scott
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Vermont Governor Phil Scott’s regular Tuesday coronavirus briefing included discussions over vaccination protocols as the state accelerates its schedule.

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Vermont Governor Phil Scott held his latest COVID-19 briefing Tuesday.  The governor and administration officials discussed how the rollout of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine could impact the state's vaccination program.

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The next age group in Vermont eligible for coronavirus vaccinations may start registering for vaccine appointments on Tuesday.

Vermont officials say vaccination sites will be open on Tuesday even though most of the state is expected to get a half- to a foot of snow.

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State officials say Vermont will start vaccinating residents ages 75 and older on Wednesday and
will begin taking registrations for appointments on Monday.

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Vermont Governor Phil Scott gave his 100th pandemic briefing since he declared a state of emergency and his last briefing of 2020 on Thursday morning.