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Vermont Reports 72 Cases, Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases Since Start of the Pandemic

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Vermont Reports 72 Cases, Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases Since Start of the Pandemic

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The state reported 72 new cases on Wednesday, November 11, and 116 cases the next day. "State officials say this concerning development highlights a trend of increasing positive cases as clusters and outbreaks grow across the state. These clusters and outbreaks often trace back to Vermonters traveling out of state and to social gatherings like baby showers, Halloween parties, deer camps and other small gatherings where masking and physical distancing breakdown. In response to this trend, and the even greater surge in cases in other states in the region, Governor Phil Scott has directed the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) to prepare to execute existing surge plans, including re-deploying field hospital sites as a precautionary measure."

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Vermont Department of Health

Date

November 11, 2020

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Vermont Department of Health, “Vermont Reports 72 Cases, Highest Number of COVID-19 Cases Since Start of the Pandemic,” COVID-19 Archive, accessed December 1, 2020, https://covid-19.digitalvermont.org/items/show/500.

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