- Vendredi, les responsables de la santé du Vermont ont signalé un total de 1 915 cas de coronavirus dans l'État et 58 décès. Au total, 176 605 tests ont été effectués, 670 voyageurs sont suivis, 9 531 ont terminé le suivi et 1 687 se sont rétablis.

  • Vendredi, les responsables de la santé du New Hampshire ont signalé un total de 9 514 cas de coronavirus dans l'État et 465 décès
  • Vendredi, le comté de Clinton, à New York, comptait 188 cas confirmés et quatre décès
  • Vendredi, le comté d'Essex, à New York, comptait 231 cas confirmés et 15 décès
  • Vendredi, le comté de Franklin, New York, comptait 66 cas confirmés
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    NUMÉROS DE TÉLÉPHONE / CONTACTS IMPORTANTS:
    Si vous êtes malade et avez des questions, appelez votre médecin traitant. Si vous n'en avez pas, appelez le 211.
    Vt. Ministère de la Santé: 802-863-7240
    Division des services de santé publique du NH: 603-271-4496
    Ligne d'assistance téléphonique sur le nouveau coronavirus de New York 1-888-364-3065
    POUR PLUS D'INFORMATIONS SUR LE VIRUS ET LES MESURES À PRENDRE POUR ÉVITER SA PROPAGATION, VOIR LES LIENS CI-DESSOUS:
    Plus d'informations du ministère de la Santé du Vermont
    Plus d'informations du ministère de la Santé du New Hampshire
    Plus d'informations du ministère de la Santé de New York
    Plus d'informations du CDC
    RÉCLAMATIONS DE CHÔMAGE / AIDE AUX PETITES ENTREPRISES
    Réclamations chômage au Vermont
    Informations sur le Vermont pour les petites entreprises
    Service d'assistance téléphonique pour les petites entreprises de l'Agence du commerce et du développement communautaire: 802-461-5143
    Réclamations chômage dans le New Hampshire
    Administration des petites entreprises
    Réclamations chômage à New York
    ÉCHÉANCIER RÉGIONAL COVID-19 (À PARTIR DU 5/8)
    2 mars - Confirmation du premier cas de NH Upper Valley
    7 mars - Premier cas du Vermont confirmé dans le comté de Bennington
    11 mars - VT active le centre des opérations d'urgence, premier cas du comté de Chittenden confirmé
    13 mars - l'état d'urgence est déclaré, a commencé à restreindre la taille des rassemblements, à restreindre les visiteurs aux établissements de soins de longue durée
    15 mars - écoles fermées
    16 mars - réduction de la taille des rassemblements, bars et restaurants fermés
    17 mars - Fermeture des garderies
    18 mars - DMV en personne restreint, premier cas de maison de soins infirmiers
    19 mars - Premiers décès de TV par coronavirus
    20 mars - Chirurgies électives suspendues
    22 mars - fermeture du commerce en contact étroit, rassemblements limités à 10 personnes ou moins
    23 mars - commande de télétravail
    24 mars - ordre de rester à la maison, rester en sécurité, fermeture dirigée des opérations en personne pour les affaires non essentielles le lendemain (25 mars)
    26 mars - les écoles sont fermées pour le reste de l'année scolaire. NH ordonne aux résidents de rester à la maison et de fermer les affaires non essentielles
    30 mars - tous ceux qui viennent de l'extérieur de l'État doivent être mis en quarantaine à la maison pendant deux semaines

    Derniers numéros de coronavirus - Couverture continue WCAX

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  • 10 avril - séjour prolongé à la maison jusqu'au 15 mai
    17 avril - redémarrage progressif annoncé avec cinq domaines d'intervention
    20 avril - Réouverture du premier business (travail en extérieur, petits groupes de 2 ou moins)
    24 avril - élargit les équipes de travail à 5 ​​ou moins, ajoute la réouverture de la fabrication, les ventes de serres autorisées avec une limite de 10 personnes, les masques de mandats et la formation à la sécurité pour biz

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  • 4 mai - Équipes de 10 ou moins dans la fabrication / construction / distribution, les procédures non urgentes en ambulatoire peuvent reprendre
    6 mai - les rassemblements sociaux limités (10 ou moins, de préférence à l'extérieur) peuvent reprendre, «ménages de confiance» - à haut risque et les personnes âgées doivent rester à la maison encore
    7 mai - certains loisirs de plein air peuvent reprendre (golf, randonnées guidées, skateparks, etc.)
    8 mai - L'agence Ed annonce que les grands diplômes traditionnels en personne ne sont pas autorisés
    11 mai - Opérations complètes / normales de fabrication / construction / distribution
    13 mai - Mise à jour du groupe de test des anticorps (attendue)
    15 mai - l'état d'urgence expire mais est prolongé jusqu'au 15 juin
    18 mai - Les garderies peuvent commencer à ramener du personnel, certaines entreprises non essentielles peuvent rouvrir conformément aux directives
    22 mai - Les procédures médicales hospitalières, les dentistes et la plupart des autres visites individuelles de santé rouvrent avec des lignes directrices; les restaurants, les gîtes et les marinas rouvrent conformément aux directives
    29 mai - Les salons et salons de coiffure peuvent rouvrir
    29 mai - Commande de séjour à la maison NH prolongée jusqu'au 15 juin

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  • 1er juin - Les soins aux enfants rouvrent si possible et avec des changements basés sur le service de santé. orientation; les musées, les gymnases, les spas, les massothérapeutes, les salons de manucure, les services de nettoyage et les entreprises similaires «d'entretien intérieur» peuvent rouvrir
    5 juin - Les hébergements du New Hampshire peuvent reprendre avec des directives
    8 juin - Les voyages inter-États à destination et en provenance des comtés de la Nouvelle-Angleterre et de New York avec 400 cas de COVID-19 actifs ou moins par million sont autorisés.
    8 juin - Vt. Les repas à l'intérieur seront autorisés avec des limites d'occupation de 25% et des protocoles de distanciation sociale et de santé et sécurité.
    15 juin - Ordre d'urgence du Vt. Prolongé jusqu'au 15 juillet
    15 juin - Fin de la commande NH à la maison
    15 juin - Les réservations d'hébergement du Vt. Recommencent. Les voyageurs peuvent remplir les conditions de quarantaine dans leur pays d'origine. Les opérations d'hébergement peuvent également augmenter les limites d'occupation à 50% ou à un total de 25 invités et membres du personnel, selon la valeur la plus élevée.
    19 juin - Les établissements de soins de longue durée du Vermont peuvent accueillir jusqu'à deux visiteurs par résident et par jour. Les visites doivent se faire à l'extérieur.
    22 juin - Ouverture des camps de jour NH avec directives.
    25 juin - Camping autorisé dans les parcs d'État du Vermont
    28 juin - Ouverture des camps de nuit NH (directives en cours d'élaboration)
    7 juillet - Le gouverneur Scott dit qu'il prolongera probablement d'un mois l'ordonnance d'urgence qui expirera le 15 juillet
    15 juillet - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Est prolongé jusqu'au 15 août
    17 juillet - Ouverture des candidatures au Programme d'aide à l'agriculture
    1er août - Début du mandat du Vt. Mask
    14 août - Ordre d'urgence du Vt. Prolongé jusqu'au 15 septembre
    26 août - Date limite du programme de subventions de secours opérationnel pour aider les programmes de garde d'enfants à compenser les dépenses et les pertes liées à la pandémie.
    8 septembre - Date de retour à l'école dans tout l'État du Vermont
    15 septembre - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Expire et est prolongé jusqu'au 15 octobre
    18 septembre - Les bars du Vermont sont autorisés à rouvrir le service au comptoir et les logements sont à pleine capacité
    21 septembre - Retard des matchs inter-équipes des sports scolaires du Vt.
    26 septembre - Les écoles Vt. Entrent dans la troisième étape et les matchs inter-équipes sportifs commencent
    1er octobre - La date limite pour le programme d'aide à l'agriculture est prolongée jusqu'au 15 novembre
    15 octobre - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Expire et est prolongé jusqu'au 15 novembre
    15 octobre - Publication des lignes directrices pour les sports d'hiver dans les écoles de Vt.
    15 octobre - Fin du moratoire sur les fermetures des services publics
    15 novembre - Date limite pour le programme d'aide à l'agriculture
    15 novembre - La commande d'urgence du Vt. Expire
    COUVERTURE CONTINUE DE WCAX CORONAVIRUS:
    L'État pousse les restaurants à faire plus de plats à emporter cet hiver
    Entreprise proposant des tests COVID-19 à l'aéroport international de Burlington
    L'augmentation du COVID du comté de Grafton appelle les lettres d'avertissement du district scolaire
    La participation électorale du Vermont bat des records
    L'événement de saut à ski de Harris Hill annulé en raison du COVID-19
    Les étudiants de New York ne porteraient pas de masques maintenant autorisés à rentrer dans le bus
    Un livre de Cuomo sur l'épidémie de pandémie à New York à court de faux pas de l'État
    12 cas de COVID liés à la ligue de hockey du centre du Vermont
    Chien de caserne de Rutland City
    Welch appelle au programme de secours USDA COVID pour s'approvisionner localement
    Des chercheurs de l'UVM étudient comment le COVID-19 «fait taire» les défenses cellulaires
    3 étudiants de Dartmouth hors campus testés positifs au COVID-19
    Cas positifs de COVID-19 signalés dans les écoles du Vermont
    Comment les écoles font face à une pénurie de substituts
    Les revenus du tourisme au Vermont diminuent mais s'améliorent
    Le défi des médias sociaux surprend les serveurs du nord du pays
    Nouveau cluster COVID-19 dans le nord de New York
    Cas COVID à l'école Williston
    Les cas de COVID restent faibles à UVM
    Un virus met en péril le lieu de naissance du cofondateur des AA, un sanctuaire virtuel
    Le spectacle du pain et des marionnettes continue malgré la pandémie
    Des façons respectueuses de la pandémie de célébrer Halloween avec votre famille
    Les inscriptions scolaires augmentent à mesure que les familles déménagent au Vermont
    Middlebury College annonce les plans du semestre de printemps
    Fermeture du musée Shelburne pour la saison
    Maine CDC: Un arbitre de hockey aurait pu en exposer des centaines
    L'épidémie parmi les cueilleurs de pommes du Vermont augmente de 1 à 28
    NH a une augmentation des cas de virus, mais un faible taux de positivité au test
    Le moratoire sur la déconnexion des services publics prendra fin la semaine prochaine
    L'événement Church Street favorise la conception de masques créatifs
    Burlington approuve la transformation de Champlain Inn en refuge pour sans-abri
    Burlington prolonge son programme de suivi des eaux usées pour COVID
    Que se passe-t-il lorsque votre bulletin de vote postal parvient au greffier municipal?
    Un faible nombre de COVID signifie que plus d'enfants de Burlington peuvent retourner en classe
    Le nouveau refuge contre la violence domestique de Colchester offrira une capacité et une confidentialité accrues
    Les investisseurs mis en garde contre les projets de coronavirus en ligne
    Les brasseurs NH préoccupés par les exigences de capacité COVID
    Cluster de cueilleur de pommes Addison contenu; Le nombre de visiteurs Vt. Sans mise en quarantaine passe à 2,9 millions
    Sununu tours Main Street
    Le conseil municipal de Burlington abandonne le couvre-feu des bars COVID
    Un groupe dirigé par des jeunes obtient la reconnaissance du Mask Day dans le Vermont
    Les électeurs inscrits devraient avoir reçu les bulletins de vote par la poste d'ici mercredi
    NY va imposer de nouveaux fermetures dans les zones sensibles aux virus
    Les prestations de chômage prolongées «élevées» du Vermont se terminent cette semaine
    Épidémie de COVID parmi les travailleurs migrants d'une ferme du Vermont
    La photo d'un mariage sans masque à Woodstock suscite des inquiétudes
    Nouvelles directives à l'échelle de l'État pour les stations de ski NH
    Le maire de Plattsburgh publie son budget révisé
    Retour du programme de boîtes alimentaires de la ferme à la famille
    Leahy teste négatif pour le coronavirus
    Cuomo défend de ne pas porter de masque au presseur d'intérieur
    De plus en plus d'étudiants du Vermont reviennent à l'apprentissage en personne
    Cuomo ordonne la fermeture de certaines écoles de New York en raison d'une poussée de virus
    Le conseil municipal de Burlington considère comme des «incendies COVID» dans l'arrière-cour
    Le New Hampshire alloue 12 millions de dollars aux salles de spectacle
    Le Howard Center prévoit une sensibilisation en santé mentale en octobre
    Prolongation du délai pour demander une aide à l'agriculture
    Vermont DMV ouvre trois autres succursales
    Le propriétaire du gymnase Rutland promet de continuer à lutter contre la fermeture forcée
    COVID a-t-il empêché les étudiants de postuler à l'université?
    Les centres de remise en forme luttent pendant COVID
    Test COVID faux positif derrière la peur de l'école St.Jay
    Que se passe-t-il lorsque vous allez vous faire vacciner contre la grippe?
    Gate Check: Les tests COVID-19 rapides chez BTV peuvent-ils atténuer la peur de voler?
    Malgré la pandémie, les entreprises de Stowe profitent de la saison des feuillages d'automne chargée
    Long Trail Adventure amasse 36 000 $ pour un camp de scouts local
    COVID-19 entraîne la fermeture du centre d'accueil de White River Junction
    Préserver le COVID-19 dans l'histoire locale
    Le juge rejette le procès entre le Vermont et le gymnase Rutland
    Les contrats de boîtes alimentaires sont préoccupants
    Les élèves de St.Johnsbury reprennent l'apprentissage hybride
    Les chômeurs du Vermont attendent toujours 100 $ supplémentaires de l'État
    Athlétisme de longue date à Dartmouth, entraîneur de cross-country à la retraite
    Scott exhorte les Vermonters à ne pas `` baisser la garde '' sur COVID
    Le gouverneur de New York s'alarme des nouveaux points chauds de virus
    Les écoles libanaises reviendront à 5 jours en personne
    Un employé du Middlebury College est testé positif au COVID-19
    Les destinations touristiques de Vt. Remarquent-elles une différence due à la pandémie?
    La pandémie pourrait-elle contribuer au grisonnement des montagnes vertes?
    Cas positifs de COVID-19 signalés dans l'établissement de soins de longue durée de Rutland
    Scott salue la réponse des législateurs au COVID-19
    Le groupe de travail NH OK autorise une capacité de 100% pour les détaillants
    L'école St.Johnsbury ferme pour le nettoyage COVID
    Marchez où vous voulez pour l'événement de cette année pour mettre fin à la maladie d'Alzheimer
    Le sénateur Shaheen: Il reste encore du travail à faire pour rationaliser les prêts de remise PPP
    Plus d'espaces de hub sont en ligne; Les Vermonters exhortés à se faire vacciner contre la grippe
    Les législateurs du Vermont terminent leur budget de 7 milliards de dollars
    Ausable Brewing Company célèbre l'Oktoberfest
    Les garderies NH luttent
    Le district scolaire central de Boquet Valley revient en classe
    Les administrateurs d'UVM approuvent le budget qui laisse l'école dans le rouge
    Annulation du train annuel de vacances dans le nord de New York
    Votre santé a-t-elle été affectée par la pandémie?
    Coincé dans le Vermont: chauffeur de bus qui fait un effort supplémentaire
    CVPH: La plupart des employés ont un test négatif après que le membre du personnel ait été testé positif au COVID-19
    Les greffiers du Vermont se préparent pour un vote historique
    Comment une école fait fonctionner l'apprentissage en personne
    L'UVM rapporte des inscriptions pratiquement inchangées pendant la pandémie
    Les inspections de New York ont ​​révélé des défaillances dans les maisons de retraite alors que le COVID-19 faisait rage
    Les restrictions de repas à l'intérieur seront assouplies dans le New Hampshire
    Les restaurants s'efforcent de rebondir après le verrouillage
    New York voit une augmentation du nombre de visiteurs dans la région de High Peaks
    L'État a plus de mal à trouver des familles d'accueil pendant la pandémie
    Les données montrent que les minorités Vt. Sont quatre fois plus susceptibles de contracter le COVID-19
    Employé de CVPH hospitalisé avec COVID-19
    Les entreprises trouvent de nouvelles façons de fonctionner pendant une pandémie
    Les étudiants de Slate Valley ont sonné pour avoir traversé la «zone rouge» du COVID
    Hassan pousse Fauci sur la transparence des vaccins
    Les sénateurs du New Hampshire recherchent un financement pour les exploitants de bus et de ferry
    Conseils pour interpréter les statistiques COVID
    22 étudiants du Middlebury College «exclus» pour violations de COVID
    Les étudiants infirmiers auxiliaires acquièrent des compétences pratiques grâce à des cours hybrides
    L'affaire COVID du football des jeunes de Beekmantown a conduit à la fermeture de l'école du comté de Clinton
    Vt. Les responsables de l'éducation assouplissent les restrictions; les sports interscolaires commenceront samedi
    Hybrid Mom: Parenting à l'ère COVID
    Essex Westford passe de la maternelle à la 5e année pour retourner à l'école à temps plein en octobre
    Hassan cherche des réponses des assureurs sur les coûts des tests de virus
    Dotation du Dartmouth College jusqu'à 6 milliards de dollars pendant la pandémie
    COVID contre le rhume: comment les écoles Vt. Se préparent pour l'hiver
    Dotation du Dartmouth College jusqu'à 6 milliards de dollars pendant la pandémie
    Les bulletins de vote sont envoyés à tous les électeurs inscrits du Vermont
    Le district scolaire central de Beekmantown déménage en ligne après des cas de COVID signalés
    Aide à la ferme disponible
    Le dernier tour du robinet laisse certaines entreprises de Vt. Dans le froid
    Plus de suspensions et de sanctions liées au COVID dans les collèges régionaux
    Le Sénat de la Faculté de l'UVM approuve les modifications apportées au semestre de printemps
    Bâtiment du collège et du lycée de Williamstown fermé pour nettoyage COVID
    Les bulletins de vote des absents envoyés à NH City, les greffiers de la ville pour distribution
    Le cinéma du nord de New York pousse à rouvrir
    NY met fin aux expulsions commerciales, des groupes demandent une aide aux locataires
    La communauté du Vermont reconsidère les règles après un défilé sans masque
    Les températures fraîches poussent les restaurants NH à repenser les repas en plein air
    Un chiropraticien du Vermont voit la hausse des affaires comme plus de travail à domicile
    Les fournisseurs d'accès Internet recevront 4 millions de dollars pour un meilleur accès à large bande
    Les athlètes de North Country se battent pour la saison sportive d'automne
    Le président de la NH House s'excuse auprès de l'UNH pour le comportement sans masque des législateurs à boire de la bière
    Vt.AG répond après que le juge américain a bloqué les changements USPS qui ont ralenti le courrier
    Plus de tests conduisent à une légère augmentation du nombre de coronavirus NH
    Après un taux de participation record à la primaire NH, l'attention se tourne vers les élections générales
    Head Start de Champlain Valley offre un programme virtuel
    Les camions de nourriture peuvent-ils aider à stimuler les entreprises Barre?
    Les étudiants de l'UVM s'en tiennent à l'engagement COVID; les propriétaires de bars aigris sur les fermetures anticipées
    Relais pour la vie déménage à Thunder Road
    Middlebury College entre dans la phase 2 de la réponse COVID
    Les enfants font une pause dans l'apprentissage en ligne
    Les sports d'automne de la jeunesse à New York toujours en question
    Des étudiants transforment l'année sabbatique en une étape d'aventure de pêche dans le Vermont
    Conseils pour éviter l’irritation cutanée «maskne»
    Un aperçu du fonctionnement des tests de piscine COVID-19 de SUNY Plattsburgh
    COVID invite St Jay à annuler le défilé d'Halloween
    Des agents électoraux de Vt. Recherchés pour les élections de novembre
    NY abaisse le seuil de coronavirus pour les visites à domicile
    Les autobus scolaires désinfectés, la nouvelle norme dans la région
    L'Armée du Salut recueillera des dons tôt en raison du virus
    Le mandat du masque du Vermont devrait-il être levé?
    New York prolonge l'inscription spéciale non assurée jusqu'en 2020
    Les dirigeants d'État n'annulent pas le tour de passe-passe cette année
    La ligue de flag-football condamnée à une amende pour avoir amené des équipes hors de l'État
    Fauci félicite les habitants du Vermont pour le succès du ralentissement de la propagation du COVID
    Le centre communautaire de Burlington crée un espace pour les apprenants éloignés
    Deux autres écoles du Vermont avec des cas de COVID-19
    Une poursuite fédérale vise à mettre fin au plan de vote par correspondance du Vt.
    Se préparer à ramasser pour la saison d'automne
    Naviguer dans l'apprentissage à distance
    Conseils aux familles avec des proches en soins de longue durée pendant une pandémie
    Les cadeaux surprises aident à garder le moral pour les enfants Make-A-Wish
    Fauci prendra la parole lors du briefing du Vermont COVID-19 mardi
    L'agritourisme du Vermont déménage en ligne
    La pandémie n’arrête pas le garde-frontière de longue date d’Essex Junction
    Les visiteurs d'automne de NH sont encouragés à rechercher «Ne laisser aucune trace»
    Pride Vermont organise un événement virtuel à la place d'un défilé
    Le lycée Hartford tombe avec un cas de COVID-19
    L'école intermédiaire de Crossett Brook ferme en raison de cas de COVID
    Des centaines de personnes participent au premier événement de Race Vermont depuis la pandémie
    Un essai médical UVM examine les avantages des anticoagulants dans le traitement COVID
    2 étudiants de premier cycle de Dartmouth testés positifs pour Covid-19
    Scott prolonge la commande d'urgence COVID à la mi-octobre
    Le surintendant met en garde contre une éventuelle exposition au COVID-19 dans les écoles de Stowe
    Un expert explique comment les parents peuvent soulager les problèmes de retour à l'école des élèves
    Les contractions des coronavirus des compagnies aériennes laissent les voyageurs du Vermont avec moins d'options
    Le Québec imposera des amendes pour masques à partir de samedi
    La saison des feuillages d'automne permettra-t-elle de récupérer les pertes du tourisme COVID?
    UVM continue de voir un faible nombre de tests COVID positifs parmi les étudiants
    Juge: campagne Trump, RNC peut intervenir dans le procès de vote NH
    New York assouplit les restrictions sur les visites dans les maisons de vie assistée
    Malgré le hoquet, les appels de l'État achètent le programme de bons locaux un succès
    Des étudiants de Dartmouth réprimandés pour avoir enfreint les règles
    The New Vermonters: Fuyant COVID-19, les nouveaux arrivants trouvent un refuge temporaire - ou permanent - dans les Green Mountains
    Un regard sur l'apprentissage à distance dans l'Union de supervision de Rutland Northeast
    Des tableaux squelettes font ressortir une communauté d'Essex Junction
    Sanders presse les responsables de la santé sur la disponibilité des vaccins
    Vt. House approuve 5 millions de dollars de paiements de relance aux travailleurs migrants
    Élèves d'Essex Junction, parents enthousiastes à l'idée de retourner à l'école
    La Semaine de la fierté du Vermont persévère pendant la pandémie
    Leahy: tentative de relance du GOP «terriblement inadéquate»
    Le programme d'achat local du Vermont se vend; Kinney Drugs fournira des tests COVID
    Les étudiants de Dartmouth de retour sur le campus
    Les écoles de New York doivent déclarer les données COVID à l'État
    Le Vermont déploie mardi un programme `` Shop Local '' à 30 $, les législateurs envisageant une augmentation de la prime de risque
    La communauté de Plattsburgh réagit aux suspensions de SUNY Plattsburgh
    Y aura-t-il une stigmatisation entourant le coronavirus dans les écoles?
    Pas de parade de la fête du Travail, mais une tradition de Northfield a continué
    Le département de la santé de NH examine une éventuelle épidémie liée à une fête fraternelle
    New York marque un mois où moins de 1% de tests viraux sont positifs
    Les vergers de pommiers s'attendent à une saison douce malgré la pandémie
    Vermont House débattra du budget de l'État dans l'incertitude virale
    La visite de la rentrée scolaire montre à quoi ressemblera l'école pendant la pandémie
    Nettoyage annuel de la rivière Connecticut, un événement d'un mois cette année
    Les entreprises locales reçoivent un coup de pouce des fonds fédéraux de secours COVID
    Le Vermont reçoit près de 200 plaintes COVID-19 de résidents
    Le gouverneur Scott appelle à la prudence ce week-end de la fête du Travail
    Vt.Les responsables de la santé se préparent à recevoir le vaccin d'ici novembre s'ils sont prêts
    Les écoles du Vermont préparent les derniers préparatifs pour la journée d'ouverture mardi
    Vt.Les responsables disent que le retour aux tests universitaires a réussi jusqu'à présent
    Le concierge de l'école de Burlington fait plus que désinfecter
    La pénurie de bois fait grimper certains prix de la construction
    Un étudiant du Middlebury College obtient un résultat positif au cours de la première semaine
    Les élèves de North Country retournent en classe sans quitter la maison
    Les cas de COVID continuent de grimper dans la maison de retraite North Country
    Le système de chômage Vt. Fonctionne-t-il pour les cas les plus compliqués?
    NH entre en contact total, tandis que les rivalités dans la haute vallée se renouvellent
    Clinique de test Rutland COVID aidant le département de la santé du Vt.
    Burlington échantillonne les eaux usées de la ville pour repérer la prochaine épidémie de COVID
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    Hanovre, NH, limite les rassemblements à 10 personnes
    Les musées du Vermont proposent du contenu aux apprenants en ligne
    Le district d'Essex Westford se lance dans les carrefours de garde d'enfants
    Les responsables de l'école de Burlington discutent des plans de réouverture finale
    Les directeurs d'école demandent de la flexibilité et du soutien avant le premier jour d'école
    Les entreprises de Burlington s'illuminent en rouge
    Le casino Akwesasne Mohawk affirme avoir perdu des millions à cause de la pandémie
    Sununu dit qu'il n'est pas préoccupé par le manque de masques lors du rassemblement Trump
    Le commissaire à la santé du Vt. Clarifie le COVID et les conditions sous-jacentes
    Vt.Les responsables de l'éducation identifient 12 des 70 centres de garde d'enfants proposés
    Killington regarde vers l'avenir au milieu de l'épidémie
    Nouvelle ressource en ligne pour les parents du New Hampshire
    L'industrie du tourisme du Vermont souffre du COVID
    Les cours commencent à UVM avec un mélange d'apprentissage en personne et à distance
    État enquêtant sur les cas de COVID liés au parti de Killington
    Le district scolaire central d'Ausable Valley passe à l'apprentissage à distance
    Meadowbrook Healthcare obtient le feu vert pour des visites extérieures
    Le restaurant de Burlington ferme temporairement après des tests clients positifs
    3 sites DMV du Vermont rouvrent aux rendez-vous
    Le casino Akwesasne Mohawk affirme avoir perdu des millions à cause de la pandémie
    Le virus pourrait mettre fin aux jours de neige; Un mandat de vaccin contre la grippe suscite une manifestation
    Les infirmières scolaires voient un rôle évolutif au milieu de la pandémie
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    La prime de risque en route pour les travailleurs essentiels du Vermont
    Les responsables de la santé disent que le régime strict de test COVID pour les étudiants distingue le Vermont
    L'initiative du carrefour des services de garde à l'enfance se démène pour identifier les fournisseurs
    Akwesasne Mohawk Casino apporte de grands changements pour rouvrir en toute sécurité
    Rutland Rec et Castleton s'associent au camp de jour pour aider les familles de travailleurs
    Vt.Les responsables de la santé ne tiendront pas compte des nouvelles directives de dépistage des CDC
    Les responsables de la santé évaluent l'idée des vaccins obligatoires contre la grippe
    Le Vermont envisage de renouveler son contrat de prison avec CoreCivic
    Le Vermont envisage une aide COVID pour les stations de ski au milieu d'une pandémie
    Les affectations de casiers font partie du passé dans certaines écoles du Vermont
    Un nouveau programme vise à aider les communautés rurales à unir leurs forces
    Coincé dans le Vermont: visite de cinémas éphémères
    Temps plus frais, COVID oblige les restaurants à repenser les options de restauration
    Le financement viendra-t-il pour aider à garder ouverts les garderies de North Country?
    Shaheen fait une visite virtuelle des soins connectés
    Le restaurant de Charlotte se dispute avec la ville pour un restaurant pop-up
    Vt. Health Dept.enquête sur la «situation» du COVID dans le comté de Rutland
    Les responsables de la santé disent que les sauvegardes des laboratoires ralentissent les résultats des tests pour les maisons de retraite
    Assouplissement des restrictions dans certains établissements de soins de longue durée du NH
    Cuomo: les collèges de New York doivent se distancer lorsque les cas augmentent
    NH Town adopte une ordonnance exigeant des masques en public
    Castleton passe les rassemblements limitant l'ordre
    L'école primaire d'Essex Junction se prépare pour les jeunes apprenants
    Des étudiants asiatiques dénoncent l'élimination de 5 sports à Dartmouth
    Le chef des surintendants de New York exhorte Cuomo à annuler les sports scolaires d'automne
    Les cours de gymnastique voient des changements pendant la pandémie
    Vail Resorts publie son plan COVID
    La date limite approche pour les agriculteurs du Vermont pour demander des subventions
    Une épidémie de COVID dans une maison de soins infirmiers du nord de New York a mis la communauté en état d'alerte
    La pénurie de congélateurs laisse les consommateurs et l'industrie de la viande dans le froid
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    Dartmouth va de l'avant avec son plan de réouverture
    SUNY Plattsburgh suspend les étudiants surpris en train de violer les politiques COVID-19
    NH confirme six cas de COVID-19 associés au rassemblement de Sturgis
    Le DOJ recherche des données sur les décès des foyers de soins COVID à New York et dans 3 autres États
    Un autre détenu du Vermont dans le Mississippi est testé positif au COVID
    Middlebury College met en place la quarantaine sur le campus
    Le comité consultatif NH recommande l'achat de machines de test rapide
    Les Vt. Snowbirds devraient-ils être autorisés à éviter l'impôt sur le revenu de l'État?
    DMV ouvrira 3 bureaux, s'attaquera à l'arriéré de transactions
    SUNY Plattsburgh envisage de suspendre les étudiants surpris en train de faire la fête
    Les districts du Vermont s'efforcent de finaliser les plans de retour à l'école
    Vt. Les législateurs entament la deuxième partie d'une session inhabituelle
    La journée d'emménagement UVM est très différente cette année
    Une étude sur la ventilation ne trouve aucun modèle dans les flambées des foyers de soins au NH
    Gouverneur Scott: les étudiants qui enfreignent les règles COVID devraient être renvoyés chez eux
    Annulation du plan de congé de milliers de travailleurs fédéraux de l'immigration
    30K bulletins de vote absents remis jusqu'à présent pour la primaire NH
    Les camps d'été préparent les enfants aux salles de classe
    La rééducation de Fanny Allen s'apprête à rouvrir
    L'épidémie de COVID dans les maisons de retraite de North Country affectera-t-elle l'entrée à l'école?
    La communauté de Castleton cherche à freiner la fête universitaire après avoir poignardé
    Le vice-législateur examinera la proposition de magasin local de Scott 50 millions de dollars
    L'Université du Vermont vise à tester 10K étudiants dans les prochains jours
    Les réfugiés COVID peuvent-ils aider le Vermont à sortir du trou démographique?
    Le Vermont obtient de l'argent pour augmenter les allocations de chômage
    Réouverture des musées et des gymnases de New York à l'extérieur de New York
    Les sports limités du lycée de New York reçoivent le feu vert de Cuomo
    Le Vermont prolonge les règles des tribunaux d'urgence jusqu'au nouvel an
    Les courriels du groupe de travail montrent une division précoce sur la réouverture économique
    Les restaurants Rutland profitent d'un nouvel espace pour s'asseoir
    Des dizaines de villes du NH n'ont pas encore demandé une aide fédérale contre les virus
    Cours en cours dans les collèges NH, augmentation du chômage approuvée
    Un pédiatre du Vermont discute de la sécurité de la rentrée scolaire
    Les prestataires de soins de santé mentale préoccupés par les enfants pendant la pandémie
    Scott propose une aide supplémentaire de 133 millions de dollars aux entreprises
    Les membres du personnel testés positifs au COVID dans une maison de soins infirmiers de New York face à une épidémie
    Bikers, communauté pour voir les changements à la Laconia Motorcycle Week
    État à la recherche d'options supplémentaires pour les visites dans les établissements de soins de longue durée
    La société derrière les tests antigéniques «faux positifs» se tient par les résultats
    Les restaurants du New Hampshire augmentent leur capacité
    La planification des centres de garde d'enfants progresse rapidement
    Schumer fait pression pour plus de prêts PPP pour les petites entreprises
    Le chômage au Vermont a légèrement baissé en juillet
    Les tribunaux du New Hampshire adoptent des règles de quarantaine après le voyage
    Dartmouth College retarde la décision de la date d'arrivée
    Les bars de Burlington ont reçu l'ordre de fermer plus tôt
    Familles frustrées par l'épidémie de COVID-19 dans la maison de soins infirmiers de North Country
    Dartmouth adopte une approche agressive sur les tests COVID
    UVM met en place une installation de test COVID, système en 10 étapes
    Le Vt. Législature reviendra-t-il à Statehouse l'année prochaine?
    Un couple du centre du Vermont célèbre son 70e anniversaire socialement éloigné
    La FIS retire Killington du calendrier de la Coupe du monde
    Cuomo rejette les craintes de sous-dénombrement des décès dans les foyers de soins de New York
    Cuomo: Un mandat de masque antérieur aurait pu faire une différence
    NY permet aux électeurs d'obtenir des bulletins de vote par correspondance en raison de problèmes de virus
    Les villes de NH, les villes peuvent exiger des masques pour les électeurs, les travailleurs
    Les restaurants NH cherchent un soulagement
    Costa Rica permettant aux touristes de certains États, y compris Vt., NY, NH
    Dartmouth-Hitchcock suit les eaux usées pour la recherche sur le COVID
    L'établissement de soins pour personnes âgées du nord du pays voit une augmentation des cas de COVID
    La répression des étudiants des collèges poussera-t-elle les entreprises au bord du gouffre?
    Le financement COVID de Vt.Agriculture atteint les agriculteurs
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    L'argent disponible pour les Vermonters qui ont du mal à payer leurs factures de services publics
    Un membre du conseil scolaire démissionne pour blasphème lors d'une discussion sur la réouverture des écoles
    Les compressions budgétaires mènent à l'herbe non tondue le long des autoroutes du Vermont
    Comment les entreprises espèrent vous amener à Love Burlington
    Vt.Pharmacies obtiennent le feu vert pour donner des vaccins aux enfants
    La Garde nationale livre des masques aux écoles du New Hampshire
    Dartmouth limite les déplacements des étudiants à quelques villes
    VINS offre un apprentissage virtuel et en personne pendant une pandémie
    Les gardiens constatent une augmentation de l'utilisation abusive des zones d'accès à la pêche du Vermont
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    La commande Scott vise à élargir la capacité de garde d'enfants
    La résolution d'urgence du maire fermerait les bars de Burlington tôt
    UVM fournit des mises à jour sur les plans COVID-19 de retour à l'école
    Upper Valley se prépare au retour des étudiants de Dartmouth
    Les familles des foyers de soins de Plattsburgh continuent de faire pression pour le droit de visite
    Scott publie le plan budgétaire à l'Assemblée législative
    1er décès lié au COVID dans le comté d'Essex, New York
    Le New Hampshire accepte le plan de Trump pour prolonger le chômage
    Les étudiants de SUNY Plattsburgh arrivent sur le campus avec de nouvelles règles
    Livre du gouverneur Andrew Cuomo sur la réponse au COVID-19 en octobre
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    Rutland discute des options de défilé d'Halloween
    Les collèges du Vermont commencent à voir COVID lorsque les étudiants arrivent sur le campus
    Corrections Vt. Enquêtant sur la façon dont 2 membres du personnel de Marble Valley ont été infectés par le COVID-19
    Les délégués du Vermont prêts pour une convention démocratique virtuelle
    Les habitants du Vermont alarmés par l'apparente entrave du service postal
    Les fans de bowling du North Country affluent vers les pistes locales pour la réouverture
    Plus de garderies rouvrent au Vermont
    La police de Burlington s'est préparée à infliger une amende à ceux qui mettent la santé publique en danger
    Cuomo permet aux gymnases de commencer à rouvrir avec des règles strictes
    Les médecins du Vermont disent que les options de traitement restent limitées pour les cas graves de COVID-19
    L'Université du New Hampshire prévoit un laboratoire de test de virus interne dans quelques semaines
    Un médecin du Vermont avertit les gens d'être prêts à faire plus de sacrifices
    La recherche UVM examine le bien-être des habitants du Vermont pendant une pandémie
    Scott prolonge l'état d'urgence du COVID-19 jusqu'au 15 septembre
    Le Vermont s'attend à plus de cas de COVID au retour des étudiants
    Les étudiants UVM commencent à arriver et à se mettre en quarantaine sur le campus
    De nombreuses écoles se transforment en tentes
    Les parents de la Haute Vallée demandent le retour aux cours en personne
    Les entreprises de Lake Placid tentent de sauver la saison estivale
    Les régulateurs approuvent les hausses de tarifs pour les plus grands assureurs-maladie du Vermont
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    Les étudiants du Collège Champlain doivent laisser les masques à valve d'expiration à la maison
    Un juge fédéral confirme la quarantaine de voyage COVID-19 à New York
    Les pistes de bowling de New York nettoyées pour faire avancer les choses
    Les stations de ski du Vermont exhortent les gens à suivre les directives COVID
    Scott critique la position de Trump sur le financement postal
    Les restrictions à la frontière entre le Canada et les États-Unis ont été prolongées au moins jusqu'au 1er septembre.
    Les notables du New Hampshire ont annoncé le vote des absents
    Little Free Pantries apparaît autour de Burlington
    Que se passe-t-il lorsque COVID apparaît dans une salle de classe du Vermont?
    Les démocrates du Vermont demandent l'unité du parti avant novembre
    Les bibliothèques publiques prennent une importance accrue pendant la pandémie
    L'apprentissage à distance aide UVM à lancer la collaboration et à élargir la diversité
    Message de Birx aux écoles: tout le monde devrait porter un masque
    Sununu publie des directives pour alerter les communautés sur le coronavirus dans les écoles
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    Hannaford fait un don de 10000 $ aux communautés du Vermont
    Fonctionnaire du travail: le système de chômage de New York préparé pour une flambée
    New York conteste la décision autorisant des mariages plus importants
    Le Vermont va offrir des masques faciaux
    Birx dit que les joueurs de football universitaire peuvent revenir sur le terrain s'ils sont «ultra prudents»
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    Vermont Foodbank wins USDA grant to help battle food insecurity
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    NY egg producer gouged prices when pandemic hit, lawsuit says
    New York’s true nursing home death toll cloaked in secrecy
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    NH high school athletes can start practice next month
    Scott announces new child care assistance program
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    Plattsburgh school reopening plan gets pushback from parents
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    Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully
    Health commissioner calls UVM’s COVID testing plan strict
    Congress split over cash injection for infected state budgets
    Pappas co-sponsors bill to stop tax on workers at home
    Hassan co-sponsors bills on protective equipment shortages
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    Vermont lawmakers puzzle over how to meet safely
    State employees able to telework can do so through December
    Rivendell School District to delay in-person learning
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    New Hampshire hospitals take on virus testing
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    Enfield passes mask ordinance
    Judge OKs virus-relief loan to Jay Peak, Burke ski resorts
    New Hampshire investigates taxation of remote workers
    Cuomo takes over governors group as virus batters states
    Scott details hazard pay plan for Vt. essential workers
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    CCV extends early college program application deadline
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    Cuomo official grilled on virus nursing home deaths, secrecy
    Harvard researcher clears the air on spreading coronavirus
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    Scott expands retail occupancy to 50%
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    34 states, Puerto Rico, DC must now quarantine in NY, NJ, CT
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    Vermont court system looks at restarting jury trials
    Akwesasne casino delays reopening citing spike in local COVID cases
    Clinton County warns of COVID-19 Exposure at Altona party
    Vt. Gov. Phil Scott imposes statewide mask mandate
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    NY officials clamp down on Plattsburgh nursing home over visitation plan
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    Plattsburgh nursing home plans to defy visitor restriction guidelines
    UVM agrees to negotiate with faculty over COVID reopening plans; union drops complaint
    Welch says Vt. delegation working to protect USCIS workers
    Senate rejects Sanders amendment to slash Pentagon budget
    Canadian court invalidates asylum agreement with the US
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    Leahy introduces bill to block Trump’s attempt to withdraw from WHO
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    Leahy gets brief break at home before return to DC
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    Sununu signs 1 pandemic-related bill, vetoes another
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    Vermont Army National Guard to hold Rutland food drive
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    Health officials investigate a mysterious case of coronavirus behind bars
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    Burlington School District holds meeting to answer parents' questions
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    Dartmouth-Hitchcock officials say they’re prepared for coronavirus
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    Vermont Senate takes up COVID-19 measures
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