Call Vermont’s resource line by dialing 2-1-1 with any questions about coronavirus or general questions about help and services in Vermont.
Vermont League of Cities and Towns: VLCT serves and strengthens local cities and towns. Presently, the staff is compiling and updating answers to member inquiries about how to handle the public health emergency posed by the COVID-19 virus. FAQs and State, Regional and Federal Resources for local governments.
www.UVCovidRelief.org — Free, 30-minute telehealth and phone support can be booked online This service is available to any frontline healthcare worker and first responders in the Upper Valley, including:
MEDICAL: Doctors and PA’s, nurses and nurse assistant, orderlies, cleaners and janitors
NURSING HOMES & ASST. LIVING: Home healthcare aides
EMERGENCY Police, Fire, First Responders, EMS, EMT’s and paramedics
MENTAL HEALTH: Psychology Tools
For the latest guidance, visit:
- Vermont Health Department at www.healthvermont.gov
- UVM Health Network Covid-19 Information and Updates page organizes its updates by each hospital in the network.
- Centers for Disease Control at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
- Positive Coronavirus cases in Vermont
- Positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases In New England
- JustWorks Covid-19 Resource Center
- CDC’s Get Your Community Ready for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Toolkit and resources)
- State Legislature: Daily Joint Rules Committee Public Teleconference: https://legislature.vermont.gov/committee/detail/2020/54 Toll-Free: (888) 475-4499 Meeting ID: 615 543 0466 ##
- Here’s a list of local community organizers working to coordinate community-level response and resources.