Vermont

Cases

New VT Cases

December 1
+67
Trend
Falling

New VT Deaths

December 1
+3
Trend
Falling

Total VT Cases

Confirmed cases
4,444
Deaths
73

Tests in VT

Positive-Test Rate
1.9%

County Trends

Rising
2
Falling
11
Flat
1

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

Select a county
More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Confirmed New cases yesterday Deaths
Chittenden 1,583 22 40
Franklin 275 15 11
Windham 250 6 5
Washington 692 4 2
Windsor 218 4 2
Rutland 257 3 6
Orange 223 3 0
Caledonia 128 3 1
Bennington 222 2 1
Addison 177 1 2
Lamoille 166 1 1
Orleans 148 1 2
Essex 57 1 0
Grand Isle 40 1 0

Tracker: Vaccine & Drug Development

Multiple vaccines, including candidates by Moderna and Pfizer that may be at least 90% effective, are in late stages of clinical trials. See key updates here.

UPDATES
1 day ago
First U.S. COVID-19 shots could be given 24-to-48 hours after FDA nod, health official says
11/25/2020
In China, nearly 1 million people have reportedly already gotten a coronavirus vaccine
VOX
11/24/2020
Coronavirus vaccine will be rolled out second week of December, CDC director says
11/21/2020
Coronavirus treatment given to Trump gets emergency FDA clearance
11/21/2020
Moderna to charge $25-$37 for COVID-19 vaccine: CEO tells paper
11/20/2020
Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US
11/18/2020
Pfizer says "94% effective in over-65s"
BBC
11/18/2020
Pfizer will seek FDA authorization for Covid-19 vaccine 'within days'
11/17/2020
Moderna vaccine offers possible antidote to deep-freeze problem
11/16/2020
Moderna says its vaccine is 94.5% effective in preventing Covid-19

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE and The COVID Tracking Project
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.