Chittenden County case graph

New cases of COVID-19 in the Town of Colchester remain steady with 24 being reported for the period of Feb. 4-10. The town has averaged 25.1 per week since mid-November.

Of the 152 new cases in Chittenden County for that stretch, Colchester accounted for 15.8% of them -- that being higher than the 11.4% of total cases in the county the town has accounted for since the pandemic began.

Only seven deaths from COVID-19 were recorded in Vermont between Feb. 4-10 with just two being reported for Chittenden County between Jan. 29 -- Feb. 11.

Through Feb. 11, 19,324 people in Chittenden County, 13.9%, have been vaccinated. That’s slightly higher than the state total of 12.5%.

24: Number of new cases in Colchester between Feb. 4-10

459: Total cases for Colchester since March 5, 2020

152: Total new cases in Chittenden County between Feb. 4-10

11.4: Percentage of total cases in Chittenden County stemming from Colchester

3rd: Where Colchester sits on the list of most cases in Chittenden County

1: Number of new instances of a person being in a Colchester School District building while being infectious (Feb. 4-10)

  • 1/4: New/total such instances for Colchester High School
  • 0/0: New/total such instances for Colchester Middle School
  • 0/5: New/total such instances for Malletts Bay School
  • 0/2: New/total such instances for Porters Point School
  • 0/1: New/total such instances for Union Memorial School

7: New deaths in Vermont from Feb. 4-10

188: Total deaths for Vermont through Feb. 10

2: Deaths in Chittenden County between Jan. 29 -- Feb. 11

69,805: Number of people in Vermont to receive their first or second vaccination dose through Feb. 11

32,622: Number of people in Vermont to have received both vaccination doses through Feb. 11

19,324: Number of people vaccinated in Chittenden County through Feb. 11

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